Spa & Hotel Maihama Eurasia
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... the sun was blazing in the sky!! We travelled across the city to get to our last accommodation in Tokyo for the night which was a beautiful traditional Ryokan which was actually recommended by Ritchie to us! It had beautiful old wooden floors that creaked when you walked on them and our room was a traditional Japanese room with a tatami floor and futons for us to sleep on! We absolutely loved it!
We spent our last afternoon just walking around the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. ...
... Ariana did Skype with her school friends, made a short presentation on China and wished everybody a good summer. I also did Skype with my colleagues at Nestlé (hey, great to see you Monique, Benedicte and Kathryn!) so they do not forget me. That day, I realized that this experience is coming to an end but happy that we have enjoyed it so much!
. Elena is crazy about cats and she had been ...
... t believe it. We figure it must've broken down during the day which allowed people with fast passes of any time to use them now. So we did a little more shopping before trying again and the line was even longer now! We decided to give up. I wish we could've gone on it as it is one of my favourites but the line was just too long. We then got some dessert from a sweets bakery before trying to find a spot for the electrical parade in Westernland. We managed to get a pretty ...
... coaster. Not quite a huge roller coaster but still fun. Then I found the normal Salted popcorn it was delicious! I love the popcorn refills! We then had a little walk around the Mediterranean Harbour shops when the marching band started so we stopped to watch them for a bit filming some too. It was then finally time for our fast pass entry to Toy Story Mania. I then learnt why it was so popular. It was a 3D shooting game where you pull a cord to shoot ...
... the eternal flame followed by the children's monument that had lots of displays of paper cranes that had been donated from all over the world including one from Melbourne. They were beautiful and Andrew needs to do that with his school kids one day. We then took some photos of the Atomic Bomb Dome. A very famous sight for the area. We headed over to it via another children's memorial to take some more photos and get a closer look. The bricks were burnt and crumbled ...