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... apartment. Much better than the Internet cafe I had planned, I'll say! The next day we set out together to explore the city, starting with the A-bomb memorial and then moving on the the old town. Despite the events of 9th August 1949, more of Nagasaki survived the A-bomb than Hiroshima, largely due to the surrounding hills which reduced the impact of the explosion. As a result, a large part of Nagasaki's old town still remains intact and retains the mix of Oriental and ...
... some meters to the original ground level where you could make out the scattered layers of debris and glass. Next stop was the nearby Peace Park, via a unique escalator which went up-flat-up (well we'd never seen one before!). Here a bold statue of a half seated man stood at one end of grounds, which contained the stone wall foundations of the buildings which used to be there. By this time it was steaming hot and we made our way back to catch the local train to central ...
... most of us feel asleep on the bus ride, this time it was longer due to more stops, but still we arrived at the airport 4pm, bloody long day. Checked in and walked around airport, found smoking room, had to use a local guys card to buy smokes fro the vending machine, then walked through to gates for seating. Another smoking room on this side, and food. Watched sumo on the screen. Had time to type up 2 days worth of diary, then another smoke waiting to ...
... of locals, finally a guy rang the hotel and gave us directions. the first guy the offers to walk us t the hotel. he was going to cross the road but changes direction. finally after another 5 mins we turn left at the Daily store and find the hotel We check in to Hotel Monterey room 611, Portuguese style hotel...half hour relax and out to find tea. we finally arrived at hotel at 7pm, nearly 2 hrs after landing..oh well the locals ...
My friend and I decided to take the shinkansen plus normal train for 3 hours to go Nagasaki. First, we walked up this mountain with a million stairs to see a statue. Apparently they had to put this statue on the very top of the mountain.. So that took a lot of energy. Then we went to the peace park, and then the atomic bomb museum. I went to the atomic bomb museum in Hiroshima three years ago, but the Nagasaki one showed so much more. ...
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