Shogetsu Grand Hotel
- Free parking
- Room service
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... socks around the room (dunno why he had socks around the room) and started packing up his things. My roommate went downstairs to tell the guide while I waited there. Eventually he left with his toothbrush still in his mouth. My roommate came back in and told me as he was speaking to the guide, the guy in our room came down the elevator and just walked straight out of the hotel. Great start to our tour in NK. Anyway we unpacked and I collapsed fast asleep soon after.
... them to come out. I asked where we were and they pointed and said the school was a 5 minute walk away (instead of the usual 20 seconds). So that was great.
Fast forward to lunch and I was eating with the 3rd years today. Lunch today was a hamburger in a roll, seafood chowder, a quarter apple and a carton of milk (all Japanese ES and JHS schools must provide milk at lunch). I bet my students that I could finish the dinner in 3 ...
... Good times.
So that was the end of that. I left shortly after with the biggest (and first) bunch of flowers I'd ever received. So first bunch of flowers and first valentines gift from that school. Aged 24. What a loser.
Fast forward to the evening time and it was the end of school party at The Prince Hotel. I see this hotel almost every day and it looks amazing. A cylindrical shaped building that looms above pretty much everything nearby. Got there ...
... use the translator app on her phone and would say things into it in Japanese and it would say the English. Only once did some strange translation come up that I couldn't understand. Because I'm only going about once a month, it will soon be time to schedule my last appointment!
Wednesday night Chris and I headed down to the Sapporo Dome for "Night Run". Since it was really boring running in circles last time, I brought my Ipod this time. It made the time go ...
... door to see the Dr. The clinic is only 2 blocks from our apartment, which is good to know. It's only open for a short time period in the morning, and not open every morning, which is also good to know. Although it would have made a much more interesting blog post had he of not, the Dr spoke English. This meant the visit went fairly smoothly. The front desk was expecting me, so I handed over my insurance card and they took care of the rest. They came out into ...