Chateraise Gateaux Kingdom Sapporo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... from a convenience store but it costs and it’s usually only in Japanese.
78) The average work day is 8am-6pm. Delivery companies come at around 11am for some reason. If they miss you, they’ll attempt a re-delivery at the same time the next day… even though they know you won’t be there again.
79) The Post Office is open from 9am-4pm. Again, open after work starts and closed before work ends. If you want to send something you have to book ...
... Rush. I've heard of the former but not the latter. The latter is very similar to Hendrix and CCR so I'm loving that CD right now. Check out Dragonfly, it's a tune! It's about -20 degrees in the morning every day now and gets to a high of about -13 during the day. It's absolutely freezing. And thus the Sapporo Snow Festival or Yukimatsuri has begun. There are so many fat American's everywhere it's annoying. Not that I find American's annoying, it's more ...
... for me was that my phone died from being out in the cold. I rang the doorbell, pounded on the door, threw things at the inner door, called from the lobby, and tried to find Atsuo, Chris' boss, at the university so he could call Chris all to no avail. After a half an hour of that fun, I reached my arm in the door and grabbed Chris' office key so I could try and call Chris from there. I thought I was out of luck once again once I got there though because I couldn't find ...
... old man so I felt guilty and tried to help him up. But for some reason every single step literally made him fall over. I carried him like he`d broken his leg or something and even then he kept slipping on both of them with my support. I must have carried him maybe 250m or so. Get to his destination (a hotel) and in he goes. No goodbye. No thanks. No nothing. NOTHING. You *******! I was actually laughing at how rude he was. I mean even some teachers still ignore me in ...
... was still running and pressure was building up in the ears, which was very painful. Chris left on Sunday for a conference and I was on my own. Sarah had already gotten over the cold so now I was in unchartered waters.
Monday morning I was awake around 3:30 am with extremely bad ear pain from the pressure. I tried to make my game plan for when the stores opened and could go get some medicine. Then I decided maybe I would call a Japanese friend to go with me ...