Chitose Station Hotel
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... We played a few more games then headed over to a place called "Sluggers" where we hit baseballs (it was like a batting cage) and drank beers before calling it a night. We all had a good time!
Waking up early, we decided to check out Daisetsuzan National Park, the largest in Japan, in the center of Hokkaido. We drove for 3 hours (with a quick stop to check out this place we saw ...
... My teacher said today that last night she cried and a few students came in this morning still crying. I felt so bad that I wanted to do something for them. So I made a certificate (see picture) and a cardboard trophy (so bad that I didn't take a picture) for them. I left it on my teachers desk and she came over in tears thanking me. She told me she was going to give it to her students but thought it better that I presented it to them in tomorrow's class. Should be fun. At the ...
Today, we got up about 6 a.m. and went down for a really nice buffet breakfast. Kylie had rice, miso soup, bacon, Tamago and pastries. They had everything here and I tried natto for the first time. It's an acquired taste. After breakfast we went back to the room to get our host family gifts together and relax before we meet the other kids and parents. Taka Sensei took ...
... out into the actual factory and see its famous cookies go down the line. That's pretty much for the chocolate portion of the tour. The next thing was a phonograph room, some random sculptors and finally an old toy room which also includes other memorabilia like American baseball regalia, NASA patches and some Princess Diana collectables just to name a few. We had toured the outside when we first got there which looks like an old Tudor village and includes a rose ...
... us had umbrellas and one of the girls didn't even have a hood. Needless to say, we were drenched once we reached the festival. Unfortunately the best part of the trip was our interaction with them because the festival itself was a bust. There were just a few tables set up where they were selling vegetables and a small area where we treated the girls to a dessert for detouring their own plans to come with us. We did have some pumpkin soup which was good and probably tasted ...
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