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Hokkaido Skiing a Holy Land for Holiday

  • Date Submitted: 06/23/2010 01:01 AM
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Going on holiday? Where do you want to go? Hawaii may be a beautiful place, you can enjoy sunshine. Hong Kong is good, because of Disneyland. Why not go to Hokkaido Skiing? It must be a place where you will feel different.
Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, is particularly renowned for its spectacular powder snow, consistent and heavy snowfall, and great variety of terrain and runs. The resorts and hotels in Hokkaido (especially the ones used in these tours) are world-class and provide something for everyone, from the experienced veteran to the shaky-kneed first-timer. Off the slopes, you can enjoy other winter activities and the amenities of your hotel, like a nice soak in a hot spring or bath with a view of the beautiful, snow-covered landscape. It's a great way to relax and recuperate after a hard day's ski!
I would like to introduce you to Hokkaido, neither I'm a tourist guide or advertising, all because I went there last month. It is really the holy land. But before traveling, you should notice below:
1. Eye on the weatherDifferent place has different weather, you should take care of yourself. When skiing, the weather is so cold that you should wear down. However, it may be different in city. Before traveling, be parpered of clothes for two seasons.
2. Book hotel in advance
    During tourist season, hotels usually fully booked. If you want to sleep comfortable, find a hotel and telephone is very important. This reduces the back and forth. A good servese will make you home from home.
3. Buy a suitful shoes for skiing
    Don't ignore your feet. A comfortable and suitful shoes will help you keep balance. If your a hiker, climber, or adventurer, then Timberland is just the boot company for you. If you ever feared that your boot couldn't keep up with you, your problems will end with Timberland boots. Even Steve Erwin, the late crocodile hunter, always wore a pair of trusty timberland boots on his hunts and safaris.
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