Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... said "I'm about to make everything all better, turn around" as I turned around I finally found Olafs!!! Yay!!! I grabbed two before they disappeared. It still surprises me that they didn't have anything in the way of Frozen merchandise except these Olafs and some phone covers. Quite a few shopping bags later we very very very reluctantly headed out of the park. Goodbye Disneyland. I love you. We headed back to the hotel completely exhausted and looking forward to a sleep in ...
... A great mix of animatronics and roller coaster. There was also no line to Raging Spirits this late at night so we went on twice again! This may have been my favourite ride in this park, followed by Toy Story Mania. We didn't stay till after close this time. We left about 10minutes before close after doing a bit of shopping and deciding to check out the shop just out of the park called Bon Voyage. It didn't have as much as I thought it would and mostly the same as ...
... nice. Almost three hours later and many iPad app games too we arrived at Tokyo station. Here we changed trains walking a really long way through the station to get to the platform for the line to Disneyland. We then jumped on the what now seemed slow JR train to Miahama station. Very excited but quite tired from our travelling day we arrived at Disneyland station to have it begin raining. Boo! We quickly made our way to the monorail station, grabbed a 4 day pass ...
... on Japanese women but things did not work out completely for him...so after a couple of beers I left for my dorm bed :-)
The next morning I started a little Tokyo tour and first went to the Meiji shrine. Emperor Meiji was the emporer who started the process of modernisation and he was a keen fan of things European especially French wines. He is still very much revered in Japan and I watched a ceremony of Japanese men and women all dressed ...
... offers ladles for everyone to come and rinse out their mouths and hands. This is common of most if not all temples. I only rinsed my hands. The smell of incense lingered in the air, and there was a circular receptacle with candles burning among grey ash. An article I had read said that people rubbed themselves with the ashes to promote good health. People were lining up to toss coins into a bin, clap their hands, and offer a prayer. One lady unknowingly taught me the ...