Toyoko Inn Narita Kuko
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... a good start and did nearly all of Tomorrowland in the first 40 mins but then queues for everything, and things kept breaking down on us! Never got to ride Roger Rabbit ride as it broke twice, but did mean we got a universal super fastpass so we didn't have to queue 2 hours for Splash Mountain. Met lovely friendly family from Kagoshima whilst waiting for night parade!
23rd May –
Restful morning then Ueno Zoo in afternoon. Surprisingly big ...
We've arrived after our epic journey from Cairns via Brisbane & Auckland. We know that we're back in the northern hemisphere as it's cold and raining. We had to wait ages for our shared transfer to our hotel which a pain after so many hours travelling. The 2 hour drive was unremarkable as it was dark. Our hotel room is tiny - 3 beds in a row with about 6" between and no view - just obscured glass. We ventured out for ...
... people helped me lift my bags on and off the buses without a word. I really was touched. They are both at least 20 kg each!
I got to the airport around 3:30 p.m., but found out I couldn't check in until 9:30! Luckily, I met a couple from Florida who were visiting their son in Seoul. We chatted the rest of the evening and finally got on our planes. They had assumed they could check in at anytime, the same as I ...
... said there was long lines going through customs. They get out, we exchange yen while Elaine gets bus tickets back to the Shinagawa Prince. No more train rides for us. It's a 3 day Independence Day Holiday so everyone is traveling and traffic is slow, but we make it back in an hour and a half. Tyler is bummed that the teachers kind of forgot that he was leaving and forgot to give him homework. Anna wants to make some homework for ...
... as well as seismographs tucked into a corner at most indoor locations.
Coffee is a universal component, so Rebecca and I went for a cup in a nearby cafe, UCC Cafe Plaza (see: street view). My only apprehension with this was that we were a little travel-shabby and the cafe, despite being a small shop in an airport, was still very elegant. Here, the workers were sharply professional but absolutely without smiles, as though proving one's proficiency ...