Sapporo Hotel Yamachi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... made to feel it. I know that the North Korea I saw isn’t what most of the country is like. I know that 90% of the country is starving to death. I know that the constant lies the El Dude brothers have told or are telling its denizens aren’t being believed. I know that there are good and friendly North Koreans who genuinely want to know more about the outside world. I know that I definitely want to go back. Not soon. Not even in the next 10 years. But I want to go back ...
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... at 6:00 and the program started at 6:30. OH! That's ok, we were actually on time for once for church and by the time it started there weren't any seats left.
The program was a compilation of all of my favorite Sunday morning groups, the hip hop dances, the hula group and the gospel choir. There was also a piano player who sang, a saxophonist and a skit by some of the youth. The night ended with candles and the congregation singing Silent Night, first in ...
... a few foreigners that Costco had turkey so off I went. There was snow and ice on the sidewalks so I didn't take my luggage and knew it was going to be a small trip since I could only buy what would fit in my book bag and the Costco bag. Surprisingly, I did in fact find turkey. Unfortunately, it was of the American-sized, frozen, Butterball variety which would not fit in my micro-oven. I even had a piece of string I had measured in the dimensions of the oven to prove to the boys it ...
... take and I didn't have to wait longer for the bus I knew would get me back.
After some apartment cleaning on Thursday afternoon Chris called from his office to ask if we could do dinner in Odori Park at the Beer Garden we'd walked through on Sunday. We went with his host researcher and his wife and the first block we got to had a Bon celebration going on. See above for the holiday's significance. There were many more people in attendance than at the small park ...