Sapporo Tokyu Inn
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... were excited to ski so we went to Sapporo Bankei, the closest ski area to the city. It was very easy to get to and we loved the feel of the resort. We ate at the cafe and I ordered a gyudon while my friend ordered salmon roe spaghetti. The coffee was excellent and is discounted when ordered with lunch (normal price JPY500, with lunch JPY350). My friend is a coffee lover so she had a refill for JPY350. Everything we ate was delicious and memorable. It really is ...
Haven't done a blog for about a month. Everyone kept saying, "Oh Declan we love your blog please write more" and "Oh Declan it's the greatest and funniest blog ever" and "Oh Declan you're so handsome". Joking of course - they didn't say 'please write more'.
So here we go. Errrrrrrrr updates. Finished for summer finally. 13 straight weeks 5 days a week. The next term is slightly longer at 15 weeks but has about 5 or so 3 day weekends so that should ...
Jenn wants a plastic reload able plastic subway pass instead of the daily paper pass that we are using. She finally gets her pass and you are suppose to just swipe it over a reader. Instead she puts it in where the paper tickets go and immediately jams the machine! Guy jumps over and has to open it up and unjam the machine! Now we finally head to the Hokkaido Beer Factory where they make Sapporo Beer. This place is state of the art. The tour was in Japanese so we did not ...
... from a vending machine but luckily some young boys helped us. Then we had to fill out some paperwork once we got to the front desk, which is always an interesting experience. Like most other forms, we filled out our basic information but the rest of the form got left blank because we didn't know what it said and the woman at the desk couldn't translate it. Hope it wasn't important.
We started off at the stationary bikes because the running machines were ...
... in when I got here. I took a little catnap and before I knew it woke up in bustling Sapporo. It seemed a bit warmer than last week when I was through, maybe I was just more comfortable with this place. The hostel was on the other side of town, a guy at the bus station gave me a ride to that area. I opened the door, they smiled and remembered me and found me a room.
I felt home, understanding so much about Hokkaido, I had seen incredible parts of it and met ...