DisneySea was quite cute at night! I just wish my camera was better for night shots. But, since the fireworks were canceled, we just walked a bunch. Before the night ended we took the train from American Harbour to the American Main Street area. It was a cute little train ride. And then it was time to leave. We hobbled back to our hotel and watched some TV until bedtime. We happened to stumble upon an Arashi show, so we watched that and attempted to follow the conversation. That was a laugh. Lol.
The next morning we woke up at about 8:30. But, we dind't get out of bed til about 9, because I was just too damn comfy. Lol. We couldn't find the thermostat in our cabin, and it was set pretty cool, so I was quite content to just stay under the nice, fluffy blankets. David, however, was having none of it. So, we got up, showered and had breakfast. Breakfast was amazing. SPAGHETTI for breakfast! It was wonderful~~~
Yes. Spaghetti. And fakey bacey! My kingdom for real bacon. ;____; Anywho~ We ate quickly and then hopped to the park! DISNEYLAND! I was sooo excited! Like, woah! It was amazing! I didn't get as many photos as I'd like, but oh well. There's always next time. Lol.
So, Tokyo DisneyLand is very similar to DisneyWorld where it has a Main Street type area. It's all old timey and cute. It also has a glass ceiling overtop, so you won't get wet in the rain! Awesome idea! All the shops had amazingly cute window displays. But, I forgot to take photos. ;___; Sorry! There was a massive tree in the middle of the street. It was really big and pretty! And it was REALLY crowded! Like crazy busy!
And then, just like that, it was time to check out and come home. So, we walked to the station and bought our Shinkansen tickets and then stopped to get lunch. The cafe we went to was cute, and the food was ok, but their coffee was hideous! I got the iced coffee and it was burnt! Like, I could taste the charcoal, burnt! And the salads had black olives and was covered in a really vinegary dressing. Yick. The main meal was ok, though. Like a hamburger gravy curry thing. And then we saw it: A Bagel place! And they made Montreal style bagels, apparently. I could've cried. It was beautiful. The lady was really excited to hear we were from Canada. Lol. She was really sweet.