Sapporo Prince Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... on top and a golden top. It tasted seriously like heaven.
The weather is wonderful again with roughly 30 degrees. And while it is that warm outside I start my day with something completely different to the amount of degrees. I started my day in the Sapporo Wintersport museum. The winter olympics from 1972 where held here. And they made an interactive museum about it next to the ski jump area. The museum ...
... so I went to the exit and was saying goodbye to each and every student. Some third years were telling me "Please don't cry Mr Dec!" Yeh, that ain't a promise I can keep I'm afraid. Anyway I went back to the staff room now not knowing what I was meant to do. Had another wander and in the music room the orchestra were all having lunch. They waved me in and I gratefully obliged. We didn't have school lunch today so they were all eating packed lunches. I went back ...
... on this one so having found seats and settled on we were turfed out of those seats by people boarding at the next station. The rightful owners of the seats were two well dressed men and they did not take kindly to finding two western women occupying their seats. We then stood for an hour or so as there were only a vey few free seats all in carriages with reserved seats. We were not allowed by the guards to sit in the aisles because of blocking them. By this time ...
... orange peels into animal shapes, so we got plastic versions of his creations.
Wednesday felt like a good day to go to Costco but before I left Chris suggested I take a piece of luggage to help carry back my purchases. I'm glad I took our carry on because I filled it with cranberry juice, pork tenderloins, pickles and balsamic vinegar among other things like more Cheerios. Costco to this American's rescue again!
Thursday night we went to see the Lone ...
... culture, the indigenous group of the area, and also to an onsen, or hot spring. We'll have to start mentally preparing for the onsen, because you basically strip naked and sit in the water with a bunch of (same gender) strangers.
You can read about the Ainu culture here: http://www.city.sapporo.jp/shimin/pirka -kotan/en/
This is the pamphlet we got about going to the onsen: http://www.plaza-sapporo.or.jp/How%20to ...