Toyoko Inn Narita Kuko
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... rice with mushroom sauce which was actually kind of excellent? I avoid eating at Melbourne and Adelaide airports because the food is expensive and disappointing but this was pretty solid?
Also, I've been a vegetarian for ~18 years but I decided that it was going to be too hard to manage on this trip. Plus I like Bourdain's attitude of experiencing a culture through its food and I wanted to just be able ...
... we started our return trip with a visit to the Arashiyama bamboo forest, which was very pretty but (somewhat expectedly) full of tourists. We also tried some Sakura flavoured ice-cream – sounds nice but tasted awful!
Arashiyama also had a cool monkey park with Japanese Macaques – very cute. Refreshingly unusual in that the humans had to go into a cage to feed the monkeys, whilst the monkeys were free to roam as they pleased. Sat on a ...
... problem checking in and going through security. Once through I wanted to spend down some of the remaining Korean cash I had left over. I went in search of the airport for a little convenient our kiosk type store. I walked the entire gate area and didn't find a single one. Finally I gave up and any to get a drink (all that walking made me thirsty!). Since there wasn't stores or vending machines like in Japan, I went to a little cafe ...
... few staff on the international transfers desk, which caused a fair bit of concern given the tightness of our connection. We got through security with about 15 minutes to gate closure and made our way speedily to the gate, only to find that the time on our boarding pass was when the gate opened, not the time we were leaving, so we actually had half an hour to spare. Panic over. Neither of us were feeling all that great by the time we boarded the ...
... 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 ...