Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel
Travel Blogs from Urayasu
... every time. It’s completely random so you see a
different part of each scene each time. As the ride progresses, the pots within
each pod basically waltz with each other and weave in and out of the line so
seamlessly. It’s unreal. There is no track at all. They are all self guided
with individual computers. The climax scene is the massive room in the dream
sequence (sort of like Orlando) but much bigger and ...
They have a massive Mediterranean Harbor area that houses little Italian villages that perfectly replicate Venice, Naples, and others. The detail here is absolutely amazing. They have a gondola ride that looks very cool but we didn’t ride because we didn’t want to sit across from people and stare at them or, more appropriately, them stare at us since we were the oddballs out.
The entire park circles a lagoon ...
... but you powered your own spaceship. After a few more rides we decided to head around to 'Toontown' it was quite a bit smaller than the other worlds but still was fun.
Toontown wasn't full of rides, instead it had life size houses of the animated creatures world. There was Minnie's bedroom, Mickey's house, Chip and Dale's tree house and even Donald Ducks boat!
After we had a laugh and look through all these, we decided to move into ...
... had our very own. After we had finished off at the temple we wandered back admiring the fine craftworks. Walking back towards Asakusbashi we made our first stop at a Japanese supermarket. Again the prices were difficult to swallow and we started to wonder how expensive things had become back at home while we had been away.
We bought all of our dinner items for the next few days and some milk which we thought would be a ...
... we went to Tokyo Disneyland, and I must say that I was disappointed because the massive crowds prevented us from enjoying the days. Today that wasn't the case. We all had a really great day.
Firstly, the weather. As I mentioned earlier, it wasn't idea Disneyland weather. It was bitterly cold (even more-so than yesterday), it was raining slightly when we left the hotel, although once we got to Disneyland, mercifully it didn't ...