Sapporo Prince Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and I were dead tired, we still had this energy to be excited. We walked to our hotel, which is very near the north exit of the Sapporo Station. Since the check in was at 4PM, we just left our luggage in the lobby and headed out to Odori Park.
We used the underground walkway and it took us about a 30-to-40-minute walk. We were warm and toasty with all the layers of clothing and it's amazing how a little town exists underground. There were exits ...
... and talkative.
And then comes the time to leave. I first fly from Sapporo to Hong Kong (5 hours) where I will have a transit to Amsterdam (13 hours). My first flight was nice. I was happy to be in a big airplane again and to be able to watch movies again. The time flies by and I can't believe my eyes if we fly above Hong Kong. It just looks amazing. We fly around the big lightning city in the dark and it feels we are just a few meters ...
... I know I've mentioned this before, but people I've met traveling for under a week I've hated saying goodbye to. It's that thing where you're in a weird and wonderful new place and the only thing that you can relate to are the people also travelling, so you attach more easily which sucks when a few days later you realise you'll never ever see that person again. Same for tomorrow but x7months. It's not the end of my time at Hiraoka Chuo yet as I've got another ...
... how that system works. There is no cafeteria so a lunch cart is brought to the room instead. Each of the students pulled out their own place mat to put on their desk and four or five of the students put on aprons and face masks and put the food into bowls and on plates and distributed them to their classmates. No one ate until everyone had been served, but they could sit and enjoy the pop music that is played over the intercom. Once they got the go ahead to ...
... about 10 years ago. In many places outdoors there are enclosures for smokers and many sidewalks have signs saying you are not allowed to smoke while walking. Also, elevators now all have additional buttons closer to the floor for use by the handicapped both by the doors to call the elevators and inside the elevators.
After several hours of wandering around in the cold I went back to the hotel to warm up for a while ...