Hotel Sunroute New Sapporo
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... friends, doing something active, staying away from tv and games consoles and having a good time. However a small part of me (probably my john thomas) does think that it is way too much for the students to handle.
Let me give both points of view in my opinion.
Student will practice anywhere from 4-7 days a week usually. The following list is my previous schools volleyball timetable. I assure you that I am not making it up and that the students ...
... is a 25 lb. sack of kibble, minus the dog food smell. In the morning we had our first good meal in a long time, sushi and saki, and slept again for the rest of the day.
Sapporo is a big modern city (pop. 2 million) that has largely been rebuilt since the war. There's a small river running through town with green space on either side that provides a place to sunbathe, play baseball, walk your teeny tiny dog and even play golf on the two acre, 9 hole (par 1?) course. ...
... and a visiting researcher. Atsuo and Akemi are always good about finding new restaurants but this time they were limited since Demetri is a vegetarian. The restaurant even had some vegan choices and lots of organic items, which isn't something we've seen a lot of.
Wednesday was class day and since I've been missing a lot of class and hadn't previewed the material, it was pretty difficult. I feel like my students when they'd get to the end of ...
... to learn it was my first time at karaoke since being in Japan, because they told me everyone goes, both young and old!
I had a busy but great day!
Wednesday was class and the chiropractor. After my appointment I was changing out of the slippers you wear inside the office and the chiropractor pointed at my feet and said "beach flip flops". I laughed and (tried) to tell her in America we wear them everyday. Luckily we had gone over how to say "everyday" in class ...
... the oldest operating pendulum clock in Japan.
While the Sapporo Clock Tower is one of the major tourist sites in Sapporo it wasn't particularly interesting to me and probably wouldn't be to most people who don't speak Japanese.
Next I went to the Sapporo Terebi-to aka the Sapporo TV Tower back at the eastern end of Odori Park. The tower has been built to look like the Eiffel ...