> "Ah, excellent."
>The landing only takes a few more minutes. This time, now that your hands are free, you are able to keep Flandre from hitting the sheet overhead and coming down hard on your lap as the vehicle touches down. Getting out is somewhat easier, though it takes fumbling with the latches holding up the metal sheet, then Mitsu lifting it off while Flandre opens her parasol.
>Able to see once more, you find that you have landed by a tiny village flanked by several mountains. Not far away, you see a larger town, surrounded by walls, built on the lower slopes of one of the mountains. A small, aged shrine rests near the broad, clean stone path that the flying chariot has landed upon.