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Travel Blogs from Sanmu
... the crowds got. I was 2 steps from the metro car and I kept thinking, I'm not going to fit. I'll have to wait for the next train. Nope. I got pushed from behind and after I was shoved into the train, about 20 more people got shoved in after me. It was the worst I've ever been squashed in the metro. After the first stop, we didn't lose anyone, but actually gained 3 more bodies. The three men had to put their hands above the door and push back so that the door would close. ...
... a proper ticket. Now we are struggling because every time I try to get a ticket on the Narita Express, they want to see the ticket on how I got into "wicket area" and they won't sell me a ticket. Elaine meets "Taka" who lived in Detroit for 5 years. He tries to explain our situation and finally gets us the tickets. He is a tremendous help, gets us reserved seats and even walks us to our platform. $87 later we are there! Yay, ...
... elaborate. In
this room, there are other pods and you start interacting with them too! There
are pots everywhere and interacting with individual scenes designed for only
one pot but, at the end of this scene, the three pots find their original pod
and continue through the attraction. Wow…..just wow. Nice job Imagineers! Video
was strictly prohibited but I absolutely had to take one for you guys.
Unfortunately, it is on ...
... some snot nosed kid stand right in front of you 90 seconds before the show starts. That simply cannot happen out here. In fact, get this……… Cast Members enforce the following rules. You must remain seated for the entire show. No exceptions. You must remove all hats. All cell phones must be placed on silent. Absolutely no tripods allowed. This one is my favorite: you may not hold your cameras above your own eye level. How ...
... we. Into a nice warm food hall to escape the Siberian temperatures outside, and to thaw out all of our frozen parts. This was the first time on this trip I've appreciated the Japanese habit of heating up indoor spaces to irrationally hot temperatures. At the time we left to go back out into the cold we were starting to get quite hot, but it is very pleasant to walk into a room heated to near the high 20's when it is one or two degrees ...
Other places to stay in Sanmu
Le Fenouillet, Montpellier | Hotelfrom $80