Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel
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... the hurdle of eating fish at 7am but it really wasn’t that bad. Just
didn’t go right with orange and grapefruit juice.
Off to Harmony’s favorite style park, Disneyland (AKA Magic
Kingdom) which would make our fourth of its kind. Same deal as yesterday with
the polite people, rope drop madness, etc. Rather than go into crazy details
like yesterday, let’s just do some comparisons with Orlando, ...
... because it shows you what your park experience could be like if only the people around you were polite. All of this considering there were thousands of people outside of the gates on this “slow” day but everything was just so calm and stress free.
The gates opened and, once through, the guests started their mad dashes for their favorite rides. This is actually ...
... This was more expensive than the trains but much easier with the luggage. We checked into the Tokyo Bay Hilton and were pleasantly surprised when we got 3 upgrades! We got a premium modern room, the top floor, and, best of all, a view of Tokyo Disneyland!
... equally as timid.
When Charlotte got off the ride, she was bouncing around like...I guess a 7 year old girl who'd just been on a roller coaster at Disneyland. Talking at 100 words per minute we set off trying to find Veronica and Angela, so we could steal their priority passes, and go on the roller coaster again without having to wait 30 minutes. They returned from their ride, and we looked at the list of rides, and decided ...
... district. It turns out Shoko knew what I was talking about--she had wanted to go before, but could find no one willing to go with her. With an extensive collection of tapeworms, heartworms and organs bursting for foreign organisms, how could that be?
The benefit of visiting the museum is that between Meguro station and the next over, Ebisu is the Yebisu beer museum, which makes a logical stop off point/lunch spot. Of course everything's in Japanese and ...