Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel Clubresort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... specialized such as the restaurant that only serves puffer fish (it was delicious but of course did not fill my father's stomach!).
Yesterday we were walking back to our hotel only to see a giant crowd of people all wearing the same outfit carrying a beautiful shrine in the air, chanting together. It was awesome and we took our pictures and walked away only to discover another group with ...
... Walking through Adventureland we found the Tiki room which was only minutes away from its next show. Unlike California they have introduced Stitch to the show. It was all in Japanese of course so it wasn't too enjoyable and it kept making thunder sounds which set off about 10 little kids into tears each time... So we were glad it didn't go for too long but it was another attraction off the list. We then wandered up to the Swiss Family Treehouse. We were going to ride on ...
... was a tiger in it that followed Sinbads in his adventure. His name was Chandu and out of the ride you could purchase a Chandu tail from the cafe which was a chicken mince mix in a dumpling shaped and coloured into Chandus tail. It tasted interesting, we only had one to share and that's all I needed. We then lined up for the Magic Lamp Theatre. It was all in Japanese so it wasn't that enjoyable. We decided not to do too many shows in the parks because it ...
... We then had dinner at the hot dog shop in the World Bazaar. After dinner we wanted to get a good spot for the Electrical Parade so we picked a spot and stayed there for about an hour eating popcorn and taking some photos. Final the parade started. I was so excited! It was so pretty and bright and awesome! There was only a short time between the parade and the fireworks so we headed into some of the shops to start making a wish list but soon enough it was fireworks time. ...
... There was a giant line at one of the stores, literally going around the block, but I have no idea what they were waiting for.
Then we walked through an old dense forest of Yoyogi Park to Meiji Shrine, dedicated to deified emperor Meiji (here's some history about him, if you are interested). The shrine's main hall is a very elegant building surrounded by two giant trees ...