Apa Hotel Sapporo Susukino
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... railcar/streetcar. We went to Mt Moiwa and though we froze our collective asses off, we still enjoyed the experience. The night lights were breathtaking, especially with snow in the mix. It was a tiring day but it was fun and memorable.
This is the day where we set out for our other hotel, which is Noboribetsu Sekisuitei, an onsen hotel and it was the first time we tried the Japanese style room, I'm writing about it on a separate review.
... Icelandic volcano eruption, he got no window on a window seat in Bolivia, he seats next to fat people who squash him, he sits next to people who argue with him and now this 24 hour delay.
So I've made a video of the 4 seasons in Nakajima Koen park if you want to have a look. For every click on the link below a baby puppy is saved (not really, but just click it, sit back and watch it),
... fruit, and salad. We had snacks as well.
Once we we arrived in Narita, we had a 4 hour layover. The layover seemed really long, but at least Kylie had all her friends with her.
We finally ended getting to the Chitose hotel at 4:00 in the morning. We are exhausted and are going straight up to bed.
Excited to start our day in Chitose tomorrow.
... he was going to have to teach me today. Unfortunately there was no bunny slope and the beginners course looked like a death trap when I first saw it. We talked about a few of the basics and then I went down a little bump a few times and then we went up the ski lift. I can't say the first few times down were enjoyable but I didn't fall, so that was positive. We met up with Gabriel who was out on real trails snowboarding and him and Chris ventured off while I ...
... and reasonable. We walked along parks, seeing protestors and speakers along the way.
It was easy being with him, he taught me some things about this town, even explaining that “love hotels” aren’t seedy places, just often places for people who are still living with their parents (as people often do into their 30s) to have private time with their sweethearts. Andrew
had a way of looking at everything with amazing joy, he pointed out tattoos, ...