Ark Hotel Hiroshima Minami
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Travelling the length and breath of the Japanese countryside on the Shinkansen is such an smooth way to get around. Our rail passes gave us free travel for 21 days on any trains around the country and we were certain to get our full use out of them. Whilst they top out somewhere between 300 to 500 kilometres per hour you would never know you are travelling faster than 100km, seats comfortable and train ...
... allowing a foreigner in. I didn’t experience that part of it as much, don’t get me wrong I noticed people looking as I expected because of course I am foreign to them and one woman at least did vacate when I got in one of the pools but I also had women smiling and just being normal. I think that men may be a little more unforgiving in their own territory and essentially we were involving ourselves in matters that they consider traditional and private.
... Regardless of which version of the truth you subscribe to, can a letter of warning really absolve the guilt and justify the horrors caused by the atomic bomb?
Was the atomic bomb necessary to win the war?
Once again, in a matter of fact tone, this was answered with a confident NO. Commanding General of the U.S. Air Force Henry H. Arnold wrote in his memoirs
“it always appeared to us that, atomic bomb or no atomic bomb, the Japanese ...
... if they did it once just to prove their point, but they did it about 5 times. I got up after the first time and ate my soba and then got ready. Then, I sprinted dwon to the lobby and went on wifi. I could hear the pounding and screaming follwed by a string of curse words at the elevator.
After, we met at 9 and went to the atomic bomb dome. We stopped somewhere to go to the bathroom and I bought ice cream. 9:30 is NEVER too early ...
... The park is where the largest damage was, they decided to leave it largely undeveloped. There is a tomb with names of all the victims and a museum. Joel and I visited the museum and rented audio guides. They explained a lot of the history of the city that was new to us as well as history of the war and bomb development. They had then a second area about the effects, showing clothing, cement with ...