APA Hotel Nagasaki Eki Minami
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... It also appears to have a large cemetery going up the hill behind it.
Right across the street from the Kofukuji Temple we found a small cafe called the Bistrot Audrey. It’s not often that I run across my name and I certainly didn’t expect to in Japan. Unfortunately it was closed, so we didn’t get to eat there. We did walk down a little ways to see the Spectacles Bridge, which was built by the 2nd abbot of the Kofukuji Temple and is the oldest ...
... woman and a wealthy tea merchant all based on the William Glover company. The original house and garden still stand there gracefully overlooking the outskirts of town, as if unmoved, and quite unruffled by history.
You'll see from the photos that the Glover house and gardens are exquisite. The kind of pretty beauty you don't often see except in very old gardens. The wet, humid weather of Asia no doubt helps the lush growth. I found it put my mind ...
... affected. One last thing, Russia has the most nuclear weapons followed by the U.S. Anyhow, Linus and I have been learning a lot. Oh and did I say Nagasaki is a beautiful city? It is so green and lush. It sort of reminds us of Costa Rica. Despite what's it's been through it has been able to rebuild and thrive. I think this is what I admire about Japan and its people. They move forward. For the first time in my travels I don't have a ...
... They employ 2000,but Fishing is their first
industry, tourism second, and then the ship building.,in this part .
Everything is small and perfectly formed, it seems, in Japan,
from the people, to the cars…sooo tiny, to their souvenir’s…houses, and gardens
as well…Children so cute of course…
We sailed to the local high school brass band playing lustily on the Pier ,and
waving until we were almost ...
Day 124 Today we got a train early in the morning to Kumamoto and then a bus to the ferry. We were off to Nagasaki, another city where the atom bomb was used in WWII. The ferry wasn't like the other one we went on, with more normal seating. We arrived at Shimabura Peninsula which is a bit outside of Nagasaki and meant to have lots to see. We grabbed some lunch and then went to an area with some old samurai houses. The majority of the old city was part of the castle and this area was for ...