Comfort Inn Hiroshima Heiwa-Odori
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... enjoy a great lunch of traditional Japanese food that was served to us in a wooden box of several compartments. It included everything from sashimi to tempura to local vegetables.
Hirayama Ikuo was a famous painter that lived in the Inland Sea. When he was in junior high school he left the island to go to school in Hiroshima and was there when the A-bomb hit. His subsequent subjects were always about peace ...
... had a range of foods from Chinese to Italian. We were quite sated after our lasagne and salad. As we had a wander around the shopping district we saw a great variety of sights including a store that sold cats and dogs, this just made me miss our own cat back home. In the afternoon the rain set in so we decided to head back to the hotel for a much needed chill. We managed to watch some more crazy Japanese TV and of course the weather. ...
... of those killed were buried.
We reach the A-bomb dome and it's just odd, there are modern, tall buildings built all around it. This is a symbol of Hiroshima, conveying the horror of nuclear weapons and speaking for world peace. In 1996 the dome was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lastly we go into the Hiroshima Peace Memorial museum and so do a million school kids! The school kids love saying hello to us, we have decided they might ...
... 6th century Itsukushima-jinja temple, built entirely on stilts as at high tide it 'floats' above the water. The stark red beams and ancient timber flooring were great and we were extremely lucky to catch a very unusual wedding ceremony taking place in the main hall. The bride wore a large domed veil quite unlike anything we'd ever seen and the Shinto priests had tall black hats, with the bride and grooms families in formal kimonos sitting silently opposite each other - quite ...
... literally - it had snowed earlier that day and her rooms felt colder than it was outside). After we got our bags into the room, I think we lasted less than 5 minutes before I asked Kacey if she would be ok with leaving. She was thrilled with the idea - she had already put on an extra pair of pants and socks to try and keep warm. After we decided we wanted to leave, we then had to figure out how. If we had been in the States, things would have been easy - we could ...