ANA Hotel Sapporo
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- Breakfast Available
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- Refrigerator in room
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... in literally the worst possible location. Beebe jumped in the bulldozer with me and Luke ran (still can't believe he did it) all the way down with me. Between absolutely agonising screams I just remember him standing on the hill above me posing. We eventually got to the ambulance and by now the pain in unreal. Like seriously the worst pain I've ever had. I like to think I can handle pain but this was hell. I was screaming at the top of my lungs non-stop. The ambulance said it ...
... it was still Christmas back home, so I got in some more time with A Christmas Story before our rental period had expired. We also Skyped in with my parents and opened the presents they had sent us. Once Christmas was officially over I headed to the store for some things I needed for a party on Friday. I wish I would have known we were going to have so much left over because I would have offered to bring the entire meal, not just a salad, which is something I ...
... wasn’t quite sure where she was taking me but figured I had nothing to lose. On the way, she explained to me that she and her husband owned a
number of camera stores back in Sapporo and that they kept a bunkhouse/restaurant in this little town, catering mostly to people on motorcycles who visit town, quite popular among the youth in Japan. It sounded like they didn’t make much money, it was more like a hobby and just a good place for them to get away from work.
Time for ein update. Got a cold currently and feeling ****. Talking of ****, I feel like an active volcano currently. Always on the brink of destruction. A will it or won`t it type situation. Hopefully this current volcano is extinct though. That`s enough volcano analogies for now - bet you lava`d them. Ok I'll stop fo` real now, as my hommies would say (you know who you are... mum). I could go on about my neck issues, back issues, world hunger etc. but now`s not ...
... room and we sat on the floor while our legs dangled beneath the table. We had a waitress dressed in a traditional kimono who would politely knock on our door and bring us our various dishes. They had an English menu and our waitress knew enough English that she could explain what she was bringing, which was a plus. Chris had the 11 dishes of local delicacies and I opted for the crab fried in its shell. Chris' included things like sushi on top of a huge ...