Travel Blogs from Sanmu
... 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, ...
We finally buckled down and found some sushi (Alyssa opted for a Big Mac at McDonalds). Probably should have figured out the conversion from yen to USD before we ordered - $110USD later for ****** airport sushi, whoops, should've joined AP at McDonalds.
Our flight has been delayed to Singapore but only by 30 minutes or so. Six hour layover, going to have a nap until another seven-ish hour flight. Almost half way :(
... American adventurer named Harrison Hightower who travels the world collecting artifacts and sends them back to his hotel (Hightower Hotel) for display. During one of his expeditions, he collected an ancient, cursed idol called Shakira or something like that. Of course the entire pre-show is in Japanese so we have no freaking idea what was going on but the pre-show had one of the most amazing Disney effects we have ever seen. Anyway, the idol ...
... but you powered your own spaceship. After a few more rides we decided to head around to 'Toontown' it was quite a bit smaller than the other worlds but still was fun.
Toontown wasn't full of rides, instead it had life size houses of the animated creatures world. There was Minnie's bedroom, Mickey's house, Chip and Dale's tree house and even Donald Ducks boat!
After we had a laugh and look through all these, we decided to move into ...
... point in the future when I can get access to the auctions.
So we work at a normal time, and went to the hotel restaurant for breakfast. A buffet, with a mixture of western and Japanese breakfast dishes, it was good without being great. While at breakfast we discussed our options for what we could do for the day. We toyed with the idea of a day trip to one of the five lakes surrounding Mt Fuji, but with rain, fog and ...
Other places to stay in Sanmu
645-8 Hasunumaho, Sanmu | Hotelfrom $80