Urayasu Brighton Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we awoke in the morning the rain was blasting down from the heavens. We found out that a typhoon was right above the city and unfortunately it would be for the next day and a half which pretty much wrote off any plans we had of visiting Mount Fuji, it just means we will have to come back another time! We had to stay indoors, although Shobhit invited us to have lunch with him and his Indian friends who lived in the same building! Shobhit cooked an amazing Indian curry for us all which ...
... Homework never ends!
I can’t believe that, until a month ago, we were not planning to visit Japan. Although everybody wanted to come, we were afraid of the contamination due to the nuclear power plant issues after the tsunami. We are all so glad that we finally decided to come!
After the ceremony, we went to a Yakitori with Yukari and she helped us ...
... was then just after 5 and we thought the early we try for dinner at the Blue Bayou the better chance we would have of getting a seat, and we were correct we got a seat straight away all though quite far away from the pirates balcony. We both ordered the steak and were enjoying the ambience of the restaurant when we saw a waiter with a big tray of food, looking at the food we were trying to work out what one of the meals was because it looked odd. As the two plates arrived at ...
... And makes my tummy go funny but it's lots of fun! We then headed to Port Discovery. Aquatopia was closed unfortunately so we went on Stormrider, another 3D simulator ride. We then had another fast pass opportunity so we got another fast pass for Journey, this was becoming one of Andrews favourites and I certainly didn't mind. We then decided to check out Mermaid Lagoon and head down to King Tritons Kingdom. It was designed for kids but they were on the list so ...
... the bomb drop. The third section and most emotional was full of items left behind by people who had past away from the bomb, either items family members had found in the rubble, or stories of mostly children who had been severely injured and managed to make it home to their families to only survive one more night. There where also many images and stories of injuries, some just horrific and more stories of people who had survived the blast unharmed but the long term ...