Comfort Hotel Kure
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... on the 52nd floor does not disappoint - again we are awestruck by the view of all of Tokyo spread out before us. We are seated at the window and order a martini and black russian. We sip our drinks and reflect on our trip of a lifetime and express our love and appreciation for each other and for the wonderful life we have been blessed with. The second round of drinks was just for fun. Lol The place ...
... home. Many didn't make it home. One sandal in the museum has the footprint of a child. The family never found their daughter, just the outline of her foot on her shoe.
We went for some lunch to recover from what we had seen and read, then walked back past the museum, Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Dome, to reach Hiroshima Castle. The original, dating from the 1590s, and like 91% of buildings in Hiroshima, was totally destroyed in the bomb. Now, a replica castle, ...
... final stop was the Atomic Dome, a
structure which remained after the bombing and was left as a reminder
... amazing that anything was left at all. After taking photos we walked
on through the Peace Memorial Park where the displays were partially in
place for the festival about to start: petunias in pots grown by school
students, peace candles decorated by students, set out on tall stands
or set in large displays on the grassed ...
Another long but spectacular day!! I woke up pretty early as this seems to be the norm. I tried to make myself sleep in but it just wasn't meant to be! I packed up and headed to Kyoto Station which is a spectacular station! Very modern and huge! I put my bag in a locker and got myself on the train to Inari. I am a pro at the train now by the way! Inari is just two stops away from the Kyoto so not really a big deal really! There has been ...
... kill, I occupied myself by finding some breakfast and coffee and stocked up with rations for the day in the adjacent shops. Transport hubs are almost always connected to shops in Japan; it is common to get lost in shops when just trying to find the station exit. I made my way to the platform to wait for the time which arrived promptly and after boarding left spot on the scheduled departure time.
The bus made only a few stops before heading ...