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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalm & Fountain Terrace Hotel Urayasu
Very Disney, brings me back.. The breakfast was very nice, and shuttle bus to Disneyland was very convenient.
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... the Japanese or Italian on the menu card) covered in mozzarella. Dessert was
kind of like a light cheesecake with coffee. After our meal we headed up to the
viewing deck on the top of the ship where we took lots of pictures of the city
from the bay and of the sunset. We docked back in at the marina and it was
still early so we headed for the near JR station and jumped on the JP loop
track that goes through all the major stations in hopes that we would get ...
We visited a lot of different places around Tokyo today. We started off by going to Harajuku and walked through the park to see the Meiji Temple. Before entering the main building, it's customary to wash your hands and drink from a well of sacred water. This is meant to give you luck. We headed over to the water and gave ourselves some luck before entering the main grounds. We walked through the first building out into a courtyard. Directly opposite us was the main shrine. ...
Well today was an exhausting day of sightseeing.
I was still wide awake a 4am so I got up early, had a cup of tea and headed out at 5am. First stop, Tsukiji Fish Market for a sushi breakfast.
I found myself a nice little (and I do mean little!) sushi bar and had breakfast. I had no idea what any of the dishes were so I took a risk and just pointed out something on the board. It was a very tasty dish that came with a bowl of rice, but I have no idea what ...
... LA who was lost looking for his hostel (being there is no street signs in English makes it hard to find things). He is a video game programmer currently in school. We went and had a couple free sake at the hostel bar after and for some reason it felt like I got a shovel to the head the next morning....
Today I met a Sgt. in the marine corp at the imperial palace (not the one in Las Vegas) by ...
... sign ended with the statement "and then, in December 1941, the Pacific War began."
We had lunch at the museum cafeteria -- I had a dish that was broth and rice and clams, which they claimed was a representative Edo-period meal. We then headed over to Akihabara. We all poked around a bit focusing on the anime/manga stuff, rather than the electronics, although we did walk through one store just because we wanted to ride its cool ...