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The hotel gave me a nice view of the Cinderella Castle and the Mount Prometheus.
I ate breakfast at 7:00 AM.
I sent souvenirs at a delivery service counter.
I checked out the hotel and got on the Disney Resort Cruiser. The bus makes the trip from 5 Official Hotels to Bayside Station.
The Disney Resort Line stops at 4 Stations (Bayside Station, Tokyo DisneySea Station, Resort Gateway Station, and Tokyo Disneyland Station). Departures are every 3 to 10 minutes.
The Mickey Mouse-shaped windows were lovely.
I got off the monorail trains at Tokyo Disneyland Station.
At 9:15 AM, I arrived at the Disneyland. At the entrance, I got a Disneyland guide map.
First of all, I went to the storage lockers at World Bazaar. Next, I went to the Camera Center. I bought a film there.
The shop offers a 3-hour film developing and printing service. And a special illustration will be printed on photos taken within the Tokyo Disney Resort. A cast member said to me, "Which of illustrations do you like?" I chose DisnySea Grand Opening, Disney's Halloween 2001, and Blue Frames. Shops displaying "Photo Express" sign also offer 3-hour film processing.
I wanted to ride on Pooh's Hunny Hunt. But, when I arrived at Fantasyland, there were a lot of people. A cast member said to me, "You have to wait for about 3 hours." I gave up waiting it.
I moved to Westernland. And I got to a FASTPASS ticket of Big Thunder Mountain.
I went to Critter Country and rode on Splash Mountain. The theme was inspired by the Disney movie, "Song of the South". I took seat in the first row from the front. I got wet and excited.
After, I bought a commemorative photo at the Splashdown Photos.
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