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I was excited at the prospect of a new Disney theme park and I practically took it for granted that- barring any extraordinary circumstances- I'd be journeying there during the park's first year or so of operation. Anyone who knows me is aware that I'm a huge Disney parks geek and I've managed to visit the other 5 resorts multiple times.
But I couldn't make any plans until I found out when the new park would open. In earlya June grand opening was announced and I started to firm up plans for a fall trip.
I wanted to wait until the park had been open a few months and the opening hype had hopefully waned. My initial plan back when Shanghai Disneyland was first announced had been to combine a trip to Shanghai with other areas of China that I still want to visit.
However, inChina expanded the existing Visa free transit program so that you could enter the country without needing to get a Visa if you stayed for a maximum of a hour 6 days and remained within a single metropolitan area. An additional requirement was the need to fly in from a different country than where you headed on your onward flight even if either of those was a short layover, it would count.
I remember how much of a pain it had been to mail out my passport for my Visa in mainly because I don't like not having my passport; the service I used was very convenient and reliable so I decided that for this trip, I'd limit my focus on Shanghai If my previous travel history to Disney parks is any indication, I figured I'd have future opportunities to see more of Shanghai and of China.
As I was formulating my plans, I decided I'd like to make a quick stop in Hong Kong; I was due to return to Hong Kong Disneyland since it had been 3 years from my last trip.
Unique to HK Disney, Mystic Manor is one of the all time great Disney attractions and I hadn't ridden it nearly enough on my last trip. I had a few other ideas as well. I would never have predicted that Japan would end up on this itinerary after having just visited that country in However, I found myself with a few days to fill and I can't pass up an excuse to travel to my favorite country, even if it's just for a short visit.
Plus, I'd really been wanting to see the Christmas Event at Tokyo Disneyland since I've visited during most of their other seasonal holiday events and they've all been very well executed.
I make it a rule never to go to Japan without at least seeing something new so I decided I wanted to spend a couple days in Osaka.
I've been curious to visit there but it just hadn't worked into my plans on previous trips; I don't think it counts that I'd ridden the city's subway to get to Universal Japan last summer. Tokyo is a quick train ride from Shin-Osaka station so it seemed like an easy and convenient place to spend a couple of days enjoying being in Japan.
I've never forgotten how, upon my arrival in Tokyo's Narita Airport inI lusted after the Hello Kitty decorated jet that I saw parked at the adjacent gate. When I later discovered that even the interior was themed to Hello Kitty, I knew that someday I'd need to ride such an aircraft.
So, for this trip, I pretty much decided that I was willing to do whatever it took to finally make that dream into a reality. Fortunately, the pieces all fell into place pretty easily. And since I didn't want to hustle to make a connection before or after a super long flight, I decided to frame my trip with a couple of overnight stays in Taipei, the hub for Eva Airlines.
As a bonus, I had a friend who'd been teaching English in Taiwan and I was hoping to have a chance to meet up with her- that would definitely be a treat and it would break the monotony of solo travel.
When I was working out my air plans, I happened to see an ad on the Eva Airlines website for an online promotion for a free 1 night stay in Taiwan which included hotel, a tour, and some food coupons that I probably wouldn't use.
It wasn't at a hotel that I'd normally choose, but it seemed convenient enough. Free is never the wrong price! So I went through the process of registering for the promo and securing my booking.
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I booked the hotel and tour for my initial arrival in Taipei, since on my way home I'd be arriving in Taipei late in the day and leaving the crack of dawn the next morning.
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Sometimes they're afraid of being eaten, but in a Pretzel M&M commercial, the pretzel prefers to be eaten by a hot chick instead of a creepy guy.
and one where a bean gets mad at a kid for racism against spotted beans. In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the camera pans briefly over a poster on a telephone pole in Toontown that features Porky. Here you'll find all the bean fests this guild will be hosting, or will be participating in.