Comfort Hotel Hiroshima Otemachi
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... of restrictions to air strikes as well as the lack of prisoner camps.
One story is still told today about a young girl, Sadako Sasaki, who survived the bomb, but later went on to develop leukaemia. Her story describes how she visited a hospital and made a thousand origami peace cranes in hope of a cure for her illness. She sadly died eight months later, but her story is now published in a book, 'Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes'. Paper cranes can be found all ...
... Hawaiian/Polynesian dancers dressed in all of the colors of the rainbow and more. We enjoyed watching these Island dancers, young and old dancing together and separately. After two young dancers agreed to let me take a photo of them, my colleague brought to my attention that the photo captured two young Hawaiian dancers in the foreground while the old ruins of destruction ...
... centre. That night, we had Shabu Shabu (Japanese hot pot) for dinner. We are eating very well here!
On Sunday, we did a day trip to the island of Miyajima, a UNESCO World Heritage site (see separate entry). That night, back in Hiroshima, we indulged in Hiroshima's specialty food, Okonomyaki pancakes. These are made with batter and various vegetables (potatoes and cabbage are common base ingredients). ...
... and we avoided the temptation to be sarcastic in some of our answers. The park itself was .a bit tough as it definitely had a sense of sadness to it. We took our time admiring all of the statues as well as the building that has been left standing. We didn't make it into the museum as it does get dark early in the fall, especially since Japan ...
... by the atomic bomb but there
is still parts of it in shape to this very day.
Sensei waited by the map to figure out our next spot while I walked
around the dome taking pictures. Then
going from the dome our next spot was just a bridge crossing away. It was the
Peace memorial park. Once again sensei
sat at a bench and waited while I walked around the park taking pictures. I
stopped at this huge bell that people could ...