Urayasu Beau Fort Hotel
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... the government observatory building and looked out upon the Tokyo skyline, we could see Mt Fuji in the distance! I think it’s pretty rare to be able to see it from the city as usually the weathers just not clear enough so we definitely got lucky!
Tokyo was sensational from beginning to end and I have to say that I was very sad to leave! I always thought that once we had been to Japan and experienced it we would feel satisfied but so far it just keeps us wanting more!
... as well as on the pretty smaller pedestrian streets. Our favorite store was Shisheido where we tested products and put make-up on. We also saw their showroom of old advertising. It was beautiful. We then went to Mikimoto pearls (no luck this time), to Abercrombie (over an hour queuing to pay) and Svarovski, where the “shinny things” delighted Elena and Ariana.
From there, we ...
... main rides now had really long line sand we didn't feel like lining up for too long but Star Tours only had a 5 minute wait so we decided to have another go on that before going on our last ride in the parks; Space Mountain which was awesome as always. It was then time for some final shopping. I decided I wanted the giant Mickey Mouse plush but it wasn't there, we asked a staff member who looked around for me but they were sold out. I was a little sad but then Andrew turned ...
... side of the harbour. As Andrew saved us a spot I refilled my egg with some more Caramel popcorn (this would become tradition) we then sat on the cold concrete and waited for the show to start. It was worth it! I love Fantasmic but tomorrow night was decided we would try to get a spot at the front. The fireworks were supposed to be right after the show but they were cancelled due to weather restrictions (it was a bit windy) we then went on... You guessed it ...
... really anywhere to store the big suitcases. Medium suitcases and smaller can fit on the overhead shelves, but I think ours were just too wide for them so we stored them behind the back seats. On the first trip we were two seats in front of the back, on our second one we were right at the back with our luggage directly behind us. At the station we picked up some treats to eat on the train. Green tea Oreos and Pocky sticks (chocolate coated biscuit sticks) they were ...