Sapporo Grand Hotel
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1) Every one of all ages watches anime.
2) Japanese people don't know how to queue.
3) Japanese people don’t like to queue.
4) Its unusual not to work a 12 hour day.
5) Working on a Saturday isn’t anything out of the ordinary.
6) The subway trains arrive on time to the millisecond.
7) After 8 hours at school, 2 hours in an after school club, 2 hours at cram school (usually) and then a couple hours of homework, the kids ...
... swiftly followed by a pushy looking chav guy and planted themselves directly between me and the other guys, blocking our conversation as she continued to resist him and he continued to assert himself. finding Japanese women to be extremely unattractive I wasn't interested in starting anything with the man over him though i was ****** enough at them being right in the middle of our group that I told the douche to take their conversation elsewhere. Thinking I was telling him to back ...
... s more like we got our excitement out of it.
After some shopping, because I think it's a must to share the amazement of Diaso, the 5-storied dollar store, we headed back to the snow festival to finish looking at the blocks we had missed the previous night. We had perfect timing, and when we finished we got a call from Chris about meeting up with him, his boss and his wife, and a visiting researcher for dinner. The rest of the night we spent enjoying grilled meat, vegetables and ...
... that made up the old beer factories were very well restored and picturesque, whilst the free museum was quite interesting. Best of all were the good value small beers we got at the end (a Classic and a Black) as well as the vintage style Sapporo poster that Tom bought from the shop (first souvenir of the whole trip!). It was our usual dash to post office where we were lucky to find it didn't close until 6pm (it was 5:45pm!) and the super efficient ...
... t really know what else to call him) merchandise. Further down the promenade we found a shrine with a statue of what Bryan called the “Squirrel-Bear-Monk.” We saw some Japanese tourists pour some water on his head (for what we assumed was for good luck) and took some pictures with him, as well.
When we reached the end of the strip, we crossed the street and walked into a public park. It was very well kept (In fact, Bryan said it ...