Art Hotels Sapporo
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Smoking rooms available
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... 7 minutes. 57 minutes later after a terrifying ambulance ride where apparently my heart rate was jumping from 40 to 140 and anywhere in between, we reached the hospital. I remember it being pretty much empty apart from a couple of kids and their dads. I tried holding in my screams so as not to scare them but it didn't work. I was swearing, screaming and crying at this point. I tried so hard to not cry on the mountain but by now the pain was so painful I broke down. In a room full of ...
... Chris and I had the entire Christmas dinner again for dinner that night and it was still delicious.
We'll have leftovers for a few more days and I'll keep the decorations up until January, so we'll still have parts of Christmas lingering around. We might not of been at home doing our traditional Christmas routines but we still managed to celebrate the holiday with some of our favorite things mixed in. I'm sure this will always be a Christmas we remember.
... tune in tomorrow, same time, same place).
But yeh last few days haven`t been great. I treated myself to like $150 headphones and the reviews were amazing. Got them and oh my God they were the worst sound I’ve ever heard. Even worse than this:
They had no bass whatsoever. I could tell they weren`t broken because one reviewer said the bass was non-existent, but I just ignored him ...
... crab that after she'd shown to him she asked if he wanted her to de-shell it and bring it back, meat and noodles. My crab was delicious and reminded me of the stuffed crab shells I used to eat back when Captain D's was still around. Chris' meal came with a piece of seasonal fruit, which of course was a slice of cantaloupe.
After dinner we stopped back by the apartment to change our clothes and join the masses of people walking 3 blocks down to the ...
... and contracts. You can get whatever you want put on the stamp though, so we found that interesting. Atsuo translated our last name into Katakana characters, and when people see it they know our last name is Russell.
We also visited the local town hall to register our address and sign up for the Japanese health care system. Because Christopher didn't make any salary in Japan last year, our health insurance for 1 year is going to be about $200. ...