Travel Blogs from Sanmu
The first day at sea was like non other. Out of the 300 children onboard, 133 were in my Shockwaves dept. fortunately, not all these kids come to the youth center, at least not at the same time. Today we had about 30 kids off and on all day. For those that are not aware of the sea day hours they are: 9:00-12:00, 1:00-5:00' 6:00-10:00. The days are very long. Today we started off the session with introductions and ...
... 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, ...
... so you likely won’t see it until after we
get back. Fantasyland also had a very well themed restaurant called Queen of
Hearts Banquet Hall. We didn’t eat there but had to take some pics: They really love the Alice in Wonderland
characters out here.
Critter Country: Only Anaheim has one of these so this will
be brief. It really only holds Splash Mountain. This is very similar to the one
in Orlando and ...
... Jen!). I’m sure it is a great show since Mt Prometheus gets involved. Here are a few night shots anyway:
We went back to the room and stopped at the hotel convenience store to pick up dinner. I know what you are thinking but you quickly learn that the convenience stores out here are known for serving excellent food which is very fresh and reasonably priced. Here was Mike’s dinner:
... and Westernland, since we hadn't even made it over to that side of the park yet. That gave Charlotte and I a chance to use 2 of the priority ride boarding passes that we'd earned earlier in the day with our Monsters Inc misadventure. We jumped the queue for the Big Thunder Mountain roller coaster, which Angela and Veronica refused to go on. While we rode that, Angela and Veronica went to walk through the Swiss Family Robinson treehouse, ...
Other places to stay in Sanmu
645-8 Hasunumaho, Sanmu | Hotelfrom $80