Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... full of shops and little restaurants so we decided to try one of the restaurants on our own without the usual help of our Japanese friends and hosts! Most of the restaurants don’t have any translation they just have plastic models of the food which are quite realistic! We managed to order our food without any bother and it was really quickly! It was essentially Japanese equivalent of fast food! It was really tasty and wholesome though! Liam had some type of beef curry with rice ...
... 8220;cat cafés” in Japan. She found one in Tokyo, placed it on the map, found the directions and, there we were, in the “Calico Cat Café” in Shibuya. It was a “different” place. We had to take off our shoes and wash our hands well (I think they were afraid of us making the cats dirty!) and we spent one hour playing with cats, taking pictures, observing their behavior and feeding them. ...
... on the side of a walkway sitting on the ground, although in working out the sport the orange on one of my bakery items fell off and went all through my sweets bag :-( good thing I still had some popcorn. The Electrical parade was amazing again and this time we had a closer view of it. We then ran over to the Starjets ride hoping to beat the crowd. We did manage to beat a few, plus we got to go ahead of a few people cos they needed a group of two and everyone was in larger ...
... on different screens against the person next to you. So much fun!! As we walked out we found some more characters, Andrew saw them first and didn't know who it was, then I saw them... Bernard and Bianca from The Rescuers so obscure! But I got photos. (Even with the kids pushing in! I want my photos too) it was then time for Journey again, I did quite like this ride. We then had dinner at the Risoni Bros Restaurant. I had minestrone soup, tomato and mozzarella ...
... lot of the metalwork had curled up in the extreme heat including a very warped spiral staircase. After this we headed into the city to find the centre of where the bomb was dropped but unfortunately there wasn't anything to say it was there. Whilst Andrew took some photos anyway I looked into a shop window just to have a girl come out of the shop and usher me in. Once I was here there was about 5 girls who all looked at me, one said how are you, I said fine thanks and ...