Chitose Daiichi Hotel
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... would blatantly stare at me. Much like other parts of Japan, I keet seeing Japanese dopplegangers of people I know. I had a bowl of udon and a hot dog loaded with shallots as a late lunch. I looked at some things to do while I'm in Hokkaido. Also, I planned some of the remained of the trip. I actually really want to stay in a capsule hotel before I leave. It should be much like the hostel save of the bedding arrangements. There are bathing areas and common rooms, but ...
... potato battered and deep fried balls. The opening ceremonies were great with lots of different cultural shows. Music, dancing, swords and Karate! When they asked us to move our tables back for the dance party we made our move and headed out. Need to save these dancing feet for Broomball tomorrow! Apparently the thing to do around here is have ramen noodles late at night and just our luck the hotel has it for for free!! So I had a wee snack and off to ...
... were great. The fish here was really fresh. After the fish market we went back to Susukino, the entertainment district and went to Pole Town, which is an underground shopping center. It had some fun shops. Skip and Satoki went off to go meet some students that will be visiting Portland in a few weeks. Kara and I started to shop at a covered shopping center Tanuki-koji shotengai (covered shopping arcade). It was so cold out today and icy. It ...
... at one point i had to stop because it was excruciating. I rested in a nice ramen shop and got told i looked 17 but also like a fish. Got to take the positive with the negative don't ya.
Heading out and i 100% swear by this, an old man with a cane over took me and 3 lady's grouped together with spine's so bent they probably haven't seen the sky in years overtook me. It was like something from a comedy sketch. I was ...
... was still on vacation because I took the wrong exit from the subway. Thankfully, I have a pretty good idea about how everything connects underground and was able to get to where I was headed. We talked about online dating and the age at which Japanese people marry and have children. She thought it was very strange that Chris and I started dating at 16, an age which she considered very young. In her opinion, Japanese people marry in their late 20's and have children in their ...
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