ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima
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This morning we packed up our bags and checked out of our hotel whilst leaving our bags there before heading off to our meeting hotel for our morning tour of Kyoto. We stopped off at Kyoto station to find some breakfast. Not much was open before 8 but we did find a bakery (personally loving all these bakeries with delicious croissants) after being …
First stop Kanada Cafe for more iced coffee from the cool Kanada Girls. Very excited when I showed them that I'd taken a picture of our picture on their website.
Then the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. Not much I can say about this. We paid for the audio guide and it was horror story after horror story. I just sobbed as I wandered around …
"Peace" and I, we go way back. As a teenager I adopted this single-syllable word as my signature form of goodbye. I used it in all of my casual interactions--in the halls of Hingham High school and in the cyberspace AIM world that consumed my youth. This word also played a more significant role in my life as a young person. During my high school...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima
The ANA hotel was well located, a short walk from the A-Bomb Dome, Peace Park, main shopping and restaurant area and streetcar stop. The room was average size for Japan but big enough for us. Breakfast was reasonably priced but the pool charge was 1500 yen per person per visit which seemed extremely expensive! Service at the hotel was friendly and helpful and I would stay here again if I return to Hiroshima.
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