Mercure Hotel Sapporo
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Very near the Susukino subway station.
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Today I spent my day exploring the capital of Hokkaido. But before I explored the city I had to find this famous cheesecake. Finally I had my picture and showed it to many Japanese to find it. The last woman brought me all the way to the shop. And there it was! I bought one and enjoyed every bit of it. It was definitely the best one I ever tasted! Krusty from the outside, blueberry jam on the bottom, the best ...
... messages inside from class one. I was so pleased and speechless I wanted to say 'thank you very much' in Japanese (arigatou gozaimashita) but my emotions well all over the place and I ended up saying 'aritou gogetzaimasu'. Think they got the jist. I said a few more words and told them not to cry tomorrow as it'd set me off. Then on the way out I walked into the keyboard and then accidentally kicked a bin. Smooth. The day had ended for the students (11 ...
... American, just like KFC.
Besides the odd meal, most Christmas traditions are similar. Very few Japanese people are Christian, so the Nativity Story is not included, they celebrate for the fun and cuteness of it.The Christmas tree is usually a small reusable plastic one, no one cuts their own tree. Another small difference that may be big for some people, is that you only recieve one present from Santa and one from ...
... opened the door, bowing numerous times low, low to the ground to me. I returned the bow, asked her if I could get a room for the night.
She told me that she was almost full but maybe had one room. She came back, told me that she would give me a suite sized room for the price of a normal one,$38. Although that was more than I had paid so far, it was a great deal for Japan. She graciously escorted me to my room, insisting on taking my big bag and doing it ...
... When we first got down to the running path we thought there were just a lot of people out because they had the day off, but then we saw they had on race tags. Darn, we missed a race.
This afternoon I tried to bake cookies. I actually found all of the ingredients I needed but they turned into a big shufu (housewife) fail. The first problem was that I didn't have a mixer, but no big deal, I just stirred really well. Then I just ...