Court Hotel Asahikawa
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... to the smoking top. We walked for about an hour on steep paths with rocks surrounded by all these beautiful bushes, and passed several little lakes with very clear water. You could see the smoking top from afar. A rocky place, clear of growth, where several smoky plumes rose up from the ground. Around the plumes the rocks were coloured yellow from the sulphur. Once we got closer we could hear a noise getting stronger. From a distance it ...
... br> The next stop was to the Photographic Gallery of a famous Japanese photographer, Shinzo Maeda and his son. The gallery was set in rolling hills with a small wooded area of black and white trees. Joseph ended up their whole collection of postcards, costing him more than $120.00. I think I would have preferred to buy their books as it would have been larger photos, lighter to carry back home and far cheaper.
The driver stopped at Panorama Street. ...
... decks and windows to be able to see the animals very close or almost being in the middle of them. Unfortunately the animals were held alone, without pairs or groups, most of them mentally switched off, doing there endless rounds to have at least some escape from theri boredome.
Sad to see that this type of zoos still exist, we have zoos as well but very modern with motivated animals
... sections of the park are each dedicated to one brewery who set up the infrastructure with tent (Bavarian Oktoberfest style), Food stalls, beer and beer, etc. At lunch we watched a number of house wifes with their children met there and had lunch together and a tower of beer for them
The Sapporo Clocktower was a nice small house in the middle of high rise buildings housing a clock that has been brought ...
... not down.. skis go down! once this was explained to us in broken english by the chairlift operator, (who resorted too walking his fingers down his arm and hen pointing at us) we tucked up our poles and shoes and wandered down the slopes much to the dismay of the junior ski team......pffffffffffffffft as they swooshed past and giggling waves as the chair lift took them back past us......i swear they were competing to see who could lap us the most amount of ...