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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima
Long sleep in and then went on to catch the 10am Shinkansen to Hiroshima.
It only takes 90 minutes from Osaka - so we rolled in around 1pm.
Leaving our luggage at the APA - we ventured out to look at the Shukkei-en gardens which were only 15 minutes walk from the hotel. Considering the place was annihilated only 60 years ago...it …
... chilled and spacious. It doesn't forget its history but it's getting on with things!
So to sum up our experiences in Japan in terms of the Lonely Planet's top experiences guide;
- Kyoto temples and gardens
- Japanese food!!!!
- Stay at Ryokan
- Hiroshim a
- Arashiyama's Bamboo Grove
- Nishiki food market, Kyoto
... A deer came up and bit off a corner of my map. Then the deer bit off another corner, then more, and then more. A small group of Japanese tourists gathered around to take pictures of the remnants of my map, as I posed smiling, holding up the remnants of the map. But if they didn't get that picture fast, it was too late. In just moments, the entire map was gone!
Costco continues to expand in Japan. Some of ...
... you can see the famous mountain) and then on the horizon it was spotted :)))) I am now officially the 2nd "Thorne" to see Mount Fuji (dad it looked great!) I can imagine on a perfect sunny day that it would look as good as it does on my postcard. We are now safely back in Tokyo. All being well we will go to an onsen tomorrow and we are all booked for dinner at a Prison restaurant to end our last night in Japan :) Have a great weekend everyone, my friday night has just begun ...
-flew into Osaka and met up with Masayo before catching our overnight bus to Hiroshima, had yummy okonomiyaki
-finally got to see my mom and the lil' ones, we snuck inside the house, were on all fours in the dark and when the lil' ones came out, Roxy was so scared she stopped in her tracks and Johnny was barking and trying to attack us, when they realized it was us they were little love balls
-I was soooooo glad to be home (well Japanese home), all ...