Chisun Grand Hotel Nagasaki
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We left Kyoto and transited at Hiroshima, then another Shinkansen to Hakata and finally local train to Nagasaki
Things we did:
We stopped by Hiroshima for a little stroll so we caught the tram to the A-Bomb Dome and Peace Park. After a few hours, we went back to the station, had lunch and caught the …
... with HUGE Buddha 觀音菩薩. Turned out this temple used to be the largest temple in Japan before being totally destroyed by A-bomb. What I saw is a rebuilt. Behind the temple are grave yards, which reminded me of 九份.
Most buildings are on hills in Nagasaki. The area very much reminded me of Keelung (port & mountains), and some of San Francisco (hilly part).
... road in Japan ( now just a broken path ), when going to Chiran I went on the road described as "in the best 100 scenic roads in Japan" (does that mean it was placed 99 or 100? I am sure if it was in the top 10 it would have been described as such), the view from Mt Inasa-yama is rated as one of the top three in Japan ( in 2012 - do views come and go?) etc.
Weather still good although a little too humid. But it's better than ...
... to tell you something; Mia has also had a boyfriend and crush too! And I've forgotten who's Mia's boyfriend is. But beautiful innocent Mathew is on the hook! I don't want to leave him, noooooooooooo!!! Anyway, thanks for listening diary! XOXO ...
Chapter 1 Study, study, study! At Eastwood Public School, the most difficult time of the year had arrived: Exam time! The happy crew were busy studying for their Economics and Statistics class. Rikka closed the book in front of her. "I can't keep my eyes open any longer!" "Tell me about ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChisun Grand Hotel Nagasaki
This hotel located about 10 mins walk from Nagasaki station, that might seems like a short walk but with luggages, even 10 mins seems too far to walk. Alternatively, the tram stop is just across the road from the hotel. It's adequate, small but clean and fairly new. There's nothing much near the hotel except a 7-11
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