Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel
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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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... and litteraly stood on top of them to get to a metal bit to eat the bread the fish coulnd't reach. Then a turtle came along and wanted to get on the metal bit too but the carp kept pulling it under so it didn't have so much luck. Near there we saw some swan paddle boats - they looked cool.
We walked to the train station and took the train home. By the time we got home it was 8 o'clock so we had rice again and went straight to bed.
... with tourists, making the simple walk to the temple a bit of a struggle.
Although busy with crowds, the Hasedera Temple rewarded us with a simple and elegant temple decked out in its finest show of fall foliage. The temple is most famous for its statue of Kannon, the goddess of mercy. The statue shows Kannon with eleven heads, each representing a characteristic of the goddess. Hasedera is built along the slope of a wooded hill. A pretty ...
... br> I have some of my other favorite things to pack:
Electrical tape for repairs
Collapsible cane, just in case
Water bottle, to control temperature at night, service as a head rest or rump rest (came in handy on the Serengeti)
Flat sink stopper for soaking clothes overnight in
…these and other items are suggestions from fellow travelers on previous tours we’ve taken
Then of course we had to pack for Hanoi, ...
... out Japanese flags, so when the family came
out we all waved our little flags and cheered. Lots of fun! Couldn't
understand any of the speech but it was quite short so I imagine he
was just saying something along the lines of “Happy New Year! Have
a prosperous year and take care of each other!”.
We went back to the ski store district
to try and buy Salmon shoes but the store that had them was the only
store in the whole street that was closed. Then ...
... For a change of pace we headed into Yogogi Park and took a stroll through all its beautiful cedar trees until we reached the Meiji Shrine. The shrine complex is rather simple, but beautiful in its simplicity. We were very lucky to see a traditional wedding taking place when we got there – all the kimono & ceremony were really a treat to see.
After making our wishes and pulling a fortune we left the Shrine and headed ...