Chisun Hotel Hiroshima
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChisun Hotel Hiroshima
Good budget hotel, very easy transport with No.1,2 and 6 trams stopping just outside the hotel. Staff very helpful and friendly. Rooms are small but comfortable. Smallest bath I have ever seen but hot water available and shower is good.
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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima
... suffering the after effects of the bomb thought that if she folded 1000 paper cranes, she would be cured, she died before she got to 1000 but her school friends reached the target. Now school children from all over Japan come and visit the memorial and bring with them paper crane garlands and they are displayed in glass stands near the monument.
There is also a Peace bell, which I rung to promote world peace and an atomic bomb memorial mound, where ...
... took us a scenic 10 minute trip to the nearby hilly Miyajima island, a UNESCO World Heritage site, passing close to the impressive the large red floating torii (shrine gate) which stood around 100 meters out to sea. Once on the island Jen immediately spotted the unbelievably tame deer, who turned out to be quite cheeky literally grabbing paper from unsuspecting tourists shorts, something we'd not seen before from a spotted deer! After a few snaps we walked on to the ...
... to see two other people staying with her, because her advertisement listed that she could take 3 people maximum. Also, even though Kacey and I had booked two separate rooms, she insisted that we share one, with one of us sleeping on a bed and the other on the floor. We have been sharing rooms the entire trip, so that wasn't a big deal, but I think we were both looking forward to a chance to stretch out a bit for a night or two. The other big surprise was that the place ...