Hotel Grand Terrace Chitose
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... some time sitting outside in the cool air! My flight was on an airline called Jetstar.... Very cheap but perfect! I even got an emergency row seat with no one beside me! Flight was pretty quick. I am becoming a pro at the train thing so I was able to get on my train and my connection and was at the hotel in Tomakomai in no time! Found my team and they were getting ready to head to the fish market. I dropped my bag in my room and off I went to the ...
... it is SO competitive. If one team loses, expect the guys to cry their eyes out. The stadium was actually the main location for Hokkaido's main team The Ham Fighters, but now Sapporo Dome - a new stadium - has opened and games are held there instead. Anyway i went into the stadium and now all the kids have seen me and are calling out to me. It was pretty cool. Oh and i arrived with my army rucksack and kasatana (an umbrella (kasa) that looks like a katana... hence kasatana) ...
... i see every single day doing things such as conducting the brass band, or performing solo's, or acting extremely well was amazing! They have so many hidden talents and are so modest about every thing. The basic theme was The Lion King which after hakuna matata turned into a guy getting beaten up in school which in turn turned into a girl getting hit by a car and speaking to the grim reaper. I couldn't really follow any of it but that was the general gist... ...
... time we leave the main subway station and he always jokes and says, "Look, I got you flowers" but then we just walk by. This time he actually got me flowers. We ate dinner at a Mexican restaurant, which wasn't the best but we had never been there before and I still enjoyed their take on Mexican food. Afterwards, we had ice cream at Baskin' Robbins and then came home where we put some candles in a leftover brownie so Chris could sing to me.
Thursday I went out running in ...
... with their apartment. When she got to my table to introduce herself I asked if she had bought a guitar from a couple from North Carolina. She was very surprised that I knew this information about her but I guess it just goes to show that now matter where you are it's a small world and you never know who knows someone who knows you. After lunch I went to the viewing deck of the building where we eat with two of the other women. I had read in a tour book that this offered ...