Blue Wave Inn Hiroshima
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... event, some sleep thru it, and the announcements thru the city are advising residents that an earthquake has occured and that they need to turn off all electrical and gas appliances for safety.
Another travel experience but........I am hoping I will never feel another one.
I am amazed at the flexibility in the building with the amount of movement that occured. Yes, they must have great building codes.
Now the rest of the day. Soon after waking the rain returned ...
... m then given a bunch of prompt cards which answer the questions Jill is hurling at me, how much? how long? where do we leave them? All are answered by the cards as the guy dosen't speak English and our Japanese is limited to say the least. I wanted to hire them as I had in mind a route around Peace Park but I also wanted to go to the castle so we were trying to convince him we would be back after the castle but he was having none of it and thrusts his mobile into my ...
... we watched a video about the history of Mazda and then went to look at the cars and motors from their history, right back to the fist model they ever built, then we got to see a factory floor. It was amazing to see the robots working with the humans to make the cars. I guess I always imagined cars would be made mostly by robots now, but the humans were very involved. It looked like so much work to make one car. And they made three different models of ...
... food is very uncommon here. They were also very surprised that in America you could get a large pizza for $10 in many places haha, pizza is super expensive here so people don't eat it much! Another interesting thing that the Japanese teachers were amazed by were that people in America (and other countries) have other eye colors besides brown. They were fascinated that people have blue, green and hazel eyes! They were especially amazed by the fact that hazel is an ...
... that you could see the burnt items being described along with the original photos of dead or injured people as the first hand stories were being told in our audio player.
When we had finished our tour, we both commented that we had never been to any other historic site such as Bergen-Belson, Auschwitz or Dachau, and witnessed so many people who toured the memorial site in total silence.