Toyoko Inn Sapporo-Eki Kita-Guchi
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... hadn't ever used a whipped cream can, so we showed him how to shake it, turn it upside down and press the tip. I had never thought about this before so it was interesting to come across. During the evening, my parents, brother and Chris' family all called in for quick hellos and we were happy to be able to introduce our friends to our families.
Eventually, everyone decided it was time to go since the trains only run until midnight and they had to work the next ...
started. He told me that I would be their guest, food and drinks were on them. I agreed, making him promise to treat me as a friend, I wanted to help with the seafood and cleanup. He agreed. This was just fantastic, the lodge was Alaska like and quite nice.
As the sun went down in the North Sea, I could see a 60 foot rock across the way that they called the Godzilla Rock. At first I couldn’t see the resemblance but after four whiskeys and at a ...
... I had been to, there is no cafeteria and students eat in their classrooms. I noticed that in the classroom I was in there were many sandwiches being eaten, which is funny because it's a big stereotype that Americans eat sandwiches for lunch. Not everyone eating them were Americans but it was the most people I have seen in one place eating sandwiches. I also got to overhear their chatter and tried not to laugh at the boy who was talking about how he was trying to grow facial ...
... had opted for lunch at the local mall but we met back up and came back into the main part of the city for a street performers festival. The streets were blocked off and there were many different types of performances all over. We saw dancers, clowns, balloon animal makers, and an interesting couple who did a dramatic performance to music in which at the end they put on beaks and became sea gulls.
Sunday night we went out to see Superman in its opening weekend. This was ...
... and contracts. You can get whatever you want put on the stamp though, so we found that interesting. Atsuo translated our last name into Katakana characters, and when people see it they know our last name is Russell.
We also visited the local town hall to register our address and sign up for the Japanese health care system. Because Christopher didn't make any salary in Japan last year, our health insurance for 1 year is going to be about $200. ...