ANA Hotel Sapporo
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today I hiked a mountain with some of my Japanese friends.
Before we started we pulled over at a 7/11 and got some supplies. When we were back in the car I was handed a small 'energy' drink. I've seen them loads of times in supermarkets and other stores. They are small glass bottles with big words like VITAMIN or ENERGY on them. This small glass bottle was one of Japan's most famous 'energy' drinks. It's ...
... We went to the crater and took a few pictures before heading down. Me and Luke met a guy who asked us if this was the top. We were like, "Erm yeh, the crater is a big hint." He replied, "Cool!! Sub 2 heroes dude!!!" I can still smell the ******** now. 3:10pm. Alex and Luke are staring over the side. I came to see what they were looking at. "It's not that steep" Luke said. "I'll do it if you guys do it" Alex replied. I had no interest in it. Luke however said "Nah come on do it. ...
... to follow the conversation and laughed when appropriate but come to find out, he doesn't actually understand English. I thought since she stopped translating that he did, so I feel bad that he sat with us for 3 hours probably not understanding anything.
As I was putting everything out for dinner, Chris found a yule log video that we put on the TV for a little ambiance and started some Christmas music on the Ipod. After retrieving the food from the ovens across ...
... far was culturally they were “planners”. Shari, I decided it was time to hitchhike, sometimes it is fun to try your luck on the open road. I had been told that hitchhiking wasn’done in Japan, but that the Japanese had almost photographic knowledge
of American culture through movies, so would certainly know hitchhiking
I waited by the side of the cold road in the late morning, it actually was extremely cold and I had given the borrowed coat back. I ...
... learned about the display of the family's treasures in a traditional Japanese home and saw a rice paddy, so now we know what rice looks like in its original state before it gets to our plate. Our guide's favorite phrase was "it's the Japanese way", so everything we saw that he told us about he said was done because "it's the Japanese way".
On the same property of the village is the Hokkaido Historical museum, so we walked over to check it out as well. ...