We’ve got to get over to Odaiba Toyota mega web before the rain starts up again.
Toyota cars. There’s the newest hydrogen powered vehicle in the middle – Mirai.
Daddie prefers the cars in Japan over the cars in the U.S.
Some cars are off limits
Which made it no fun for Aiden
Daddie is taking a simulation drive, and this is probably the only time you would see him “driving” a Toyota. He’s not a big fan of Toyota after all.
Aiden is feeling a little left out.
He wants to hop on.
Boy luckily there is another machine for him to play with in the meantime.
At least he’s got an imagination
He pretended he needed to add oil into the car.
Skipping the towers on this trip
Going for the Ferris Wheel instead
Aiden was not scared.
We were able to trick him into taking some pics with us.
Then we looked outside to enjoy the scenery.
He loved to see the cars and boats from above.
He kept jumping about the seats.
But it was a very enjoyable ride
No running around
No raised voices
Too bad no clear skies
But that didn’t spoil any moods here.
Happy smiles all around, especially with the help of tickles
This ride was perfect
We got to enjoy Tokyo at a slow pace
Little Aiden didn’t nap today
With so much to see and do today
It’s no wonder he threw so many tantrums.
Tough for Aiden and both of us
But every moment was worth it
It’s been a very memorable trip so far, we don’t want to leave yet.
It’s a bit late
So no special meal tonight – in fact Aiden would throw another tantrum during dinner time.
Back again so that Aiden can try the simulation driving vehicle
Daddie was really frustrated
Probably worse driving record he ever had
Even lower than the girl who came before him.
Aiden did not want to leave!
So we came back for a little more
But Aiden stopped the game early, so we left
But he got upset again.
Guess he is way too tired.
Cranky toddler present!
Time to leave!