Sapporo Grand Hotel
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... jumped, bobsleighed, cross country ski-runned, ice skated and was a good ice hockey goalie. Luckily for me it wasn't busy at all so I could try everything. The few Japanese who I asked to take a picture of me laughed so hard me trying to do this games.
Around lunch time I walked down mountain again to find my way back to the subway station to the centre. I explored the city centre the rest of the ...
... my lunch and they all cheered haha. I sat with the second years and the girl who has the biggest crush on me ever went so red she couldn't eat. I asked if she had bought her tuba as it looks expensive and she was just staring at me so her friends kept hitting her and shouting for her to respond - it didn't help. Funny times. Soon after my 2nd year teacher said I could leave early and so here I am now. It's truly amazing to see how much things mean to the ...
... the seats on the train were reversible so while we had stopped in the station everyone had stood up from their seats and turned them around as they are on pivots. you clearly have to travel facing forward in Japan. It was all quite chaotic while it was done. We eventually arrived at Sapporo at 8:50pm only and hour and twenty minutes late. Once we had left the Tain and all gathered we had a 15 minute walk over snow and ice, wheeling our bags, to the hotel. We checked ...
... a school schedule is difficult because they vary so much from school to school and state to state. I also starting making a lesson on "How many books do you have?", "I have 5 books.". Besides the actual teaching part, my favorite thing about being a teacher is coming up with the lesson and all of the things that go with it! I had a lot of fun coming up with an activity just like I would have used when I was teaching Spanish. However, I wasn't sure if my ...
... were in a competition. I also met a couple American guys who where there as part of Uncle Sam's All-American Brass Band, who would be performing throughout the festival.
It's much different from the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival. One big difference is that it is free and people can just wander over to the park and wander through. I believe there are a few activities that cost money but, for the most part, it's ...