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... of the Pearl in Portland. The main alleyway can be described in one word - PINK. Every shop, sign or flier here is a shade of cotton candy. We didn't get to see many authentic Harajuku girls, but did visit a costume shop that sold wigs, petticoats, platform shoes and the many different types of frocks that come together to create the look. It was pretty amazing. We ate lunch at a small Thai restaurant where I had fried rice and Tyler had traditional pad thai. Eating ...
... of Japanese families here and the babies/toddlers/pre-schoolers are beyond cute.
We scope out parade times, fastpasses for Space Mountain, and size up the castle comparison. We hop on It's a Small World as tradition dictates. Sekai wa marui, etc. etc.
Our free upgrade to the penguin themed floor is a delightful bonus and our spectacular view of the Tokyo Bay is breathtaking. We pause and giggle at all of the delicious sights ...
... at the airport.
When I arrived at the airport at Tokyo is very large and is surprisingly easy to navigate even if you don't speak Japanese. The hotel I chose is only a few minutes away so you can either have a short walk or if you didn't get a good sleep and don't feel like carrying the luggage you could get a taxi or mini bus depending on the size of your party. ...
... the hurdle of eating fish at 7am but it really wasn’t that bad. Just
didn’t go right with orange and grapefruit juice.
Off to Harmony’s favorite style park, Disneyland (AKA Magic
Kingdom) which would make our fourth of its kind. Same deal as yesterday with
the polite people, rope drop madness, etc. Rather than go into crazy details
like yesterday, let’s just do some comparisons with Orlando, ...
... 8217;. It was just a large slab of jiggly, fatty, slimy, pork fat that was partially cooked. Tasted like the soles of shoes that ran a marathon……..in Uganda………….whic h were then fried in lard………..but old lard, not the good kind. Luckily for Harmony she quickly found corn flakes, milk, and croissants which became her go to breakfast for a good many days.
After our hearty meal to ...