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... and a comfortable 30 minute train ride, and we were at the parks. We were so excited! The DisneySea park is beautiful, but I must say, you kinda need to hunt for Disney themes there. I have a feeling that they try and keep the royalties they have to pay Disney down to a minimum, so some of the rides were a bit generic, but they were so much fun. The Indiana Jones ride, a mini Little Mermaid roller coaster, and the Tower of ...
... have been easier or more pleasant - the Japanese rail service really is something to behold. On to Yoyogi park and within that, Meiji Jingu shrine (I think Meiji Jingu shrine may be a tautology like koi carp). Having been spoilt for choice with green spaces in Tokyo, I think this one takes the cake. Similarly to the streets, the railway system and the hotel we were staying in, it was immaculate, and the trees, flowers, plants and buildings ...
My legs were absolutely killing me when I woke up this morning. I literally struggled to pull them out of bed, DOMS had most definitely set-in. I was keen to see a lot of things in Tokyo but walking everywhere was not an option, the subway system it would be for me today. There was two things that I had wanted to see today, one was the Imperial Palace (home of the Emperor of Japan) and the other was the district of Akihabara (the biggest electronics district in the ...
... area, with lakes and mountains. The
highlight of this area is Mount Fuji, but read the books and it will tell you
it is a very shy mountain, not visible very often. Bus to the top of Lake Ashi,
boat (you mean GOLDEN GALLION) trip down the lake, towards the bottom, looked
back to see Mt Fuji, not the glamourous reflection in the water view but Fuji
none the less, with photos to prove it. Truely awesome. (we have been so lucky
to have lovely clear days ...
... parks in London. After lunch we wandered about the gardens chit-chatting, laughing and taking pictures. It was a busy day in the gardens with plenty of locals checking out this year's cherry blossom.
We'd spent much of the afternoon chilling in the gardens and at around 4:30pm we decided to head towards Meiji-jingū, one of Japan's Shinto shrines. Joe thought the walk to the shrine reminded him of Kyoto as we strolled up a wide gravel path through dense forest. The ...