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Having finally arrived in Tokyo, I had met my girlfriend and settled in with her at her apartment. As both of us are Disney fans, it made sense for our first experience of this trip to be at the Tokyo Disney Resort. For those of you who don't know, Tokyo has 2 Disney theme parks, Disneyland and Disney Sea. The Disneyland park somewhat resembles the …
... also live relatively close I too have been to both DL and DisneySea (conveniently located right next door to DL) a couple of times. So I can keep my cool when the prospect of going to either park is raised. Which has led me to realise - life must be going pretty bloody well if you're desensitized even to the charms of Disneyland! haha
After our final ride we split off for some souvenir shopping before heading home. Which brought on a whole new wave of crowds. Nobody was ...
... br> and Tokyo.
Main Street: Wow, this one is definitely the most unique of
the four. It is completely covered in glass! It clearly rains a whole lot out
here. They don’t call it Main Street here, it’s called World Bazaar. It’s
themed well but the covered thing is a little weird. It’s definitely much wider
than the others and we witnessed this with all of the pathways because of the
... in these parks because, during the busier times, most attractions have 3-4 hour waits because of the large number of people. Remember, Tokyo Disneyland is only a 30 minute train ride from the most densely populated city on the planet. We decided we too would move somewhat quickly to ensure we rode the two biggest rides in the park that day. We later found it wasn’t an overly busy day and all waits were always under 1 hour. Our waits ...