Chisun Grand Hotel Nagasaki
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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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... That shut them up..!! It was such a wonderful day ,all I hoped for and more, and I won’t forget our first day in Japan… Tomoko even made the little paper cranes, and gave to everyone, and sang us a song before we completed our day…She was 56 and looked so much younger.. Sam had a shorter ,but excellent tour of the Shipyard and museum, learning so much about the whole process of what happens , a huge operation, from tankers to research ...
... fried and not in a soup) in Chinatown - Castella cake - a Portuguese import, and basically a light sponge similar to Madeira cake WE LOVED: - walking around in the rain singing songs with our faithful umbrella (yes, the one we were given on our first day in Tokyo!) - the excitement and disbelief of fellow onlookers as James crossed the Nakashima-gawa (river) over some rather wobbly-looking ...
... about it. - Walked through the Shianbashi area. - Drank at a recently opened bar (2nd day) and chatted to three TEFL teacher who are based here: swapped some funny stories of our experiences so far. WE LOVED: - checking into the most luxurious hotel so far! - (loved?) Comparing Nagasaki's experience of the Atomic bomb with what we had seen in Hiroshima. 'Fat man' was twice as powerful as 'little boy' and Nagasaki was not the original target ...
... hang of paying for public transport now since the awkward bus journey in Himeji, so on we hopped to head for our next hostel – Kagamiya.
We say hostel, as that is what it labels itself as, and it does have dorms, but it was really lovely and quite small, and we had a private room with traditional Japanese tatami-flooring, so it was actually much closer to a BnB.
Away from the city centre, it was tucked up into the hills, past ...
... as the war progressed. There were no excuses, only profound remorse and the wishes of the people of Nagasaki for Peace.
It is difficult to explain the impact of these exhibitions and recollections, except one profoundly hopes it never happens again.
The Peace Park, which spreads over the street, is dotted with many memorials, presided over by the 10 metre high Nagasaki Peace Statue. Designed in 1955 by Kitamura Seibo, it show a man with ...