Best Western Hotel Fino Sapporo
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... 12522;ポビタン ; (Ripobitan) or Lipovitan if it's marketed in English speaking countries.
It's pretty much aimed at salary men (guys who work 80+ hour weeks in big cities) from seeing all the adverts on TV and the trains, but obviously many people use it to hopefully alleviate both physical and mental fatigue.
Ingredients include taurine and arginine. Taurine is an amino ...
... We went to the crater and took a few pictures before heading down. Me and Luke met a guy who asked us if this was the top. We were like, "Erm yeh, the crater is a big hint." He replied, "Cool!! Sub 2 heroes dude!!!" I can still smell the ******** now. 3:10pm. Alex and Luke are staring over the side. I came to see what they were looking at. "It's not that steep" Luke said. "I'll do it if you guys do it" Alex replied. I had no interest in it. Luke however said "Nah come on do it. ...
... of people at the other Beer Gardens but those were closing too and they starting turning the lights off at them so people would go home. Chris and I think 9 is a little early to close them since it looked like they could have had more business for quite some time.
Friday Chris did some marathon training so I joined him for a few miles and then he worked until about 10pm. I did some cleaning and tour guide planning in anticipation of our soon arriving guests. What an exciting ...
... in because one of the teachers (also a 1-on-1 tutor) came right up to me to tell me she was talking to someone about Christopher and me, and the other person knew us. Then another teacher heard us talking and she said she also was talking to this person who knew us. Since we only know so many people, it was easy to figure out that it was Brian, one of the Americans we met at church. I guess even in a city of 1 million people, it's a small world after all. ...
Monday was normal day at school and then after school was soccer.
On Tuesday was, again normal classes. After I went to hang out with a friend from a different school that I had met through one of the previous exchange students. We went to Sapporo Factory, which used to be a beer factory but now has turned into shopping mall. The clothes there weren’t that good though, they only had sports clothes and expensive stuff. So instead we ...