Sapporo Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... and a few announcements and 20 minutes later we learned that the train had struck a deer. Once the line had been cleared we moved onwards but incredibly slowly. When we got to the next station we learned why we had been so slow, there was a problem with the brakes so we all had to leave the train and then wait on the platform for the next one. It was very cold so fortunately we only waited about 30 minutes. The train we boarded was much more modern but we had no ...
... very fancy, expensive traditional Japanese dinner, usually bought specially from a nice grocery store. The family all gets together with grandparents and does various things, similar to American families around Christmas and Thanksgiving. There are no big parties and the ball drops in New York at 2:00 p.m. January 1st in Japan, so maybe after I eat lunch I will watch.
On New Years day, every one goes to a ...
... at an area affected by the tsunami and the youngest daughter was at her grandparent's house. Dinner was delicious and she even made brownies for us for dessert, so we ate those along with some cookies I had brought. We had a great night of fellowship together and on our way out they gave us two presents. The first was a beautiful handkerchief and the second were two plastic key chains in the shapes of animals. The Pastor, Yoshi, has published a book about how ...