I loved this report..... I really want to go to a 7-11 there now... and try the egg sandwich.... and buy all the things!
Thank you for reading! I really appreciated how clean and well-maintained everything was! TDO should certainly take notes, especially when it comes to transportation!Thank you so much for this very detailed fun report! Besides the cats, lol what stuck with me the most is how pristinely clean the parks looked to be. I was amazed in what pride they seem to take in the daily maintenance. Looking forward to your upcoming adventures!
Thank goodness for those egg sandwiches!! Some days it seemed like our biggest source of protein! Also, for the first few months back home I'd get excited every time I saw a 7-11...then I'd remember I was in AMERICA and nothing good was inside!I loved this report..... I really want to go to a 7-11 there now... and try the egg sandwich.... and buy all the things!
Thank you for reading! We loved seeing the similarities and differences!Thank you for this report! I found it really interesting to see the differences, not just in Disney but throughout your journeys!
Thank you for reading! We are so excited to get back to WDW!Thank you so much for sharing your incredible trip with us! I enjoy reading about your adventures, and I'm looking forward to what might come next.
OMG the lines!! I really think it's not THAT typical. I mean there aren't really low crowd days, but I think if we hadn't been there so close to NYD it would have been better!Loved seeing Japan! What a beautiful country, but those lines at Disney... OMG!
I'm glad you enjoyed it! Funny that your friends were there at the same time. @dclfan was also in Japan around the same time I was, but I think we had opposite itineraries.Thanks for all the time and effort for this TR - I enjoyed the non-Disney part as much as the Disney part. I had friends who were there at the same time (they chose not to do Disney though despite being fans as well) and they had gone too many of the same places as the two of you, so it was interesting to hear different perspectives of the same place.
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it! And yes, the day I actually purchased the APs and linked them to my account I was giddy all day because WE'RE GOING BACK!!!Great TR!! I really enjoyed it!! It was so interesting!! Woo-hoo for the AP's!!
You're welcome!Thanks for taking the time to document your journey so thoroughly! I loved following along since it will be a long time before I ever get to experience Japan, if ever!
You're welcome! Singapore sounds so cool!Thank you so much for sharing your trip with us! I thoroughly enjoyed following along! Some of your scenic pictures reminded me of our trip we took to Singapore many years ago. Looking forward to hearing about all of your upcoming Disney trips!
You're welcome! Glad you enjoyed it! I hope you have a Swolphin stay in your near future?Wait! It's over?! My vicarious jaunts through the world, and visits to multiple Disney theme parks is done? Say it isn't so! Does this mean I have to find my own fun vacation experiences, without a virtual tour guide?!
Well, thanks again for another great TR. Enjoyed it in its entirety.
You're welcome!Thank you so much for not only sharing your Disney report but the rest of your Japanese travels. It was awesome to see everything.
Looking forward to your next trip!
Any plans to go back soon??Thanks for sharing !
I want to go back too!
I'm glad you enjoyed it! Great question about the monorails. I assumed that the Japanese monorails have waaay more capacity because of how the interiors are laid out (the seats in the WDW monorails take up sooo much space). The OLC Group says that the TDR monorails have a capacity of 537/train, and Wikipedia says the WDW monorails can hold 360/train (though I'm not sure how reliable their sources are). Plus, the Tokyo monorails come super frequently, so the hourly capacity must be many times more than the WDW hourly capacity.Really enjoyed reading your TR! Your pictures were absolutely beautiful!
Two things I want to mention. First off, it seems like 711s are everywhere in Japan. I didn't realize that they had them over there. They seem to be pretty popular. And secondly, the monorails. So I noticed that they have 6 cars per train, like WDW, but from your pictures, the interior/seating appears to be different. My question is, do you think that the TDL monorails hold more, less, or the same amount of people compared to WDW?
Once again, great TR! I really want to visit Japan now!
You're welcome!Thanks for sharing this more than magnificent and magical TR! Loved to read and follow!!