Apa Hotel Hiroshima Ekimae
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... deer. There’s a huge park in the town, where most of the temples are. The deer that live in the park have been considered sacred for hundreds of years, and are allowed to roam around freely. These days they’re nearly tame, and indeed most of their food source seems to be handouts from people like us (we brought carrots; you can buy deer biscuits in the park to feed them, too). They also bow. The nicer ones will bow to thank ...
... on my arrival so I made do with a walk around the moat and a pretty nice sunset before heading back to get packed up. So I'd had an interesting couple of days in Hiroshima and now I only had one day left on my rail pass which id decided to use to reach Tokyo, not being a particularly great fan of cities being a country boy at heart a huge metropolis like Tokyo wasn't really high on my list of must see places but all part of the Japan experience I ...
... vigor to indicate that this was the part of the chicken we would like to eat - not the heart, skin, and anus - which are considered delicacies. Having only had two small skewers each we head off to find somewhere else to eat and enjoy a "do it yourself" Japanese barbecue of beef, kimichi (yuk) and rice all washed down with Sapporo beer. Cheers!
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... continued its torrential downpour, and we paused briefly at the Gokoku Shrine, taking a few photos of the Gate and the dogs/lions guarding the shrine before sloshing our way to the Castle.
The Castle, a five-storey structure, is now a museum and we found the exhibits quite interesting. Quite a few exhibits have English explanations, which makes it much more enjoyable. The museum sets out the history of the Shogunate structure, the ...
... full and ready for the rest of the day we left and carried on exploring which basically meant looking around shops. We quickly got a bit over looking at things we couldn't buy because of suitcase room and weight, so we decided just to look for clippers. After we got to the end of the shopping street with no luck we started walking back towards the hotel. Then we spotted a very large electronic store which had a whole floor of just clippers... Hallelujah! ...