Chitose Airport Hotel
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The Airport was very clean and easy to get around :)
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Walking a km from the arrivals lounge had us find our hotel and an opportunity for a shower before we set off for an afternoon of discovery in Sapporo. The train into town gave us our first taste of what was to come. Snow everywhere! With one main street, it was an easy city to manoeuvre. Blake finally got to have his first taste of a snow covered …
... is your own roomy, morgue-like capsule. The bunk bed in the hostel had curtains all the way around and was smaller. I booked the night of the 4th near Tokyo Station before I have to make the three hour journey the next morning to see the Honda Collection Hall in Motegi. The last thing I will need to plan is the trip to Mt. Fuji. The rest of my time in Tokyo will be seeing things I missed the first time around and buying things I saw. I caught the second flight to Sapporo. ...
We had our last breakfast at the Art Hotel today, we are checking out and going to Mizu No Uta resort. This morning we spent time repacking our suitcases. We checked out at noon and took a taxi to the Sapporo station. My bag takes up almost the whole trunk of the car. :( At the Sapporo station we found where our bus was, the Meito Liner. We bought some treats and boarded the bus. It was a nice big bus and we each had our own row of ...
... the night before so it was really slick on the sidewalks. I slipped a handful of times. You should see some of the young girls walking around in the snow with short skirts and high heels on, we saw one girl really slip and fall, she was wearing 4 inch heels. I guess fashion before safety. Tonight Kara and I headed back to Ramen Alley, so we could warm up on this cold night. We ended up going to the ramen place that Anthony Bourdain ...
... galore by now and even came up with the phrase "F*ckajimakoen" - i live in Nakajimakoen. Dunno where that came from, but others like "Sh*tting f*cking leg you ****" and others were all present on my journey back to base.
At about 8:30pm i finally got in and just collapsed on my bed. Couldn't sleep because it was so painful and even the covers resting on it agitated me. But hanging my leg outside the bed with ...