Spa & Hotel Maihama Eurasia
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... though we would both go in the same jet... Funniest thing ever! With Andrews height and my non Japanese hips plus his backpack and my shopping we really did not fit in the jet. Andrews knees were going the wrong way and I was squished between the shopping behind me and in front of me... We pretty much laughed the whole ride! So fun. The fireworks were cancelled again for the third night in a row due to wind conditions so we felt really lucky we got to see them on that first ...
... sprite and a white chocolate and jelly mousse in a souvenir cup for dessert. It was delicious! We then decided to check out the line for Indiana Jones which was pretty good so we had another ride followed by having a drink at Magellan's Lounge I had a melon soda float... It was so good! The lounge was really nice and we had heard good things about it so were glad we could check it out. It was then time to grab a spot for Fantasmic! We picked a popular spot more ...
... and loved that I spoke English, they were really sweet so I bought a pop up dome card from them, but I did like how much they got excited at my English especially when I understood theirs. It was then time to head back to our hotel, pick up our bags and get another taxi back to the train station. We managed to make our way up to the Shinkansen platforms and book some reserved seats. We tried to get the back seats to make it easier to store our luggage as there ...
... good view of the city, but it was dark by then and the glare on the windows
made it too difficult to see so we got off at Shibuya to see if it was busier
on a Friday night. There were tons of people around and everything was lite up.
There were TVs on buildings blearing advertisements and signs flashing
everywhere. We wandered for a bit and found a pet store where there were so
many cute kittens. After that we got back in the subway to wander around ...
My second semester at Tsukuba University has officially ended! = HOLIDAYS!
Naturally I left my last research essay until the absolute last moment. I found myself living off oh-so-convenient convenience store salads and making a groove in my favourite library chair. The end result was a somewhat questionable analysis of the language used to discuss Julia Gillard during her prime ministership. Written in Japanese. And whilst the experience was excellent language practice it left ...