Court Hotel Hiroshima
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The hotel is quite satisfactory. It is in a great location for shopping and restaurants and is on the street car route. The staff have minimal English but try to please.
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Yesterday saw us take the tram to the end of the terminal and then hop on a ferry on our way to Mijajima, a small island in the Seto inland sea. The ferry trip is only about ten minutes.
The most famous attraction on Miyajima is the shrine of Itsukushima-jinga, where the vermillion coloured O-torii Gate rises out of the water and seems to float on the sea. It was first built in 593 but has gone through a few remodels since then.
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... 4 months pregnant with him. He used to work as a guide at the museum but was upset at the lack of detail and omissions provided at the museum so preferred to work as a volunteer outside the museum. His story was fascinating although he seemed to have a lot of anger which was understandable. He has an interesting blog at:- <a href="http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/mitokose i/26522134.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://blogs.yahoo.co .jp/mitokosei/26522134.html</a> We ...
... food court! Efren couldn't resist and bought a hot dog. Not sure why, he doesn't even really like them, but a craving hit at that moment! Craig had some coffee. What was interesting is that people just left their shopping carts full of paid items at the entrance to the food court and just went in to get the food. No concerns of theft, etc. Can you imagine doing that at a Costco in the US? It was also interesting to see the large number of American service ...
... on the centre. Really an amazing project and very welcoming, surpassing my expectations in every way!
Essentially there was a woman who visited Hiroshima in the 1950's and was very affected by what she saw as the aftermath of the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima during World War II. The centre was founded as a way for the atomic bomb survivors to talk to one another, to heal, and tell their stories ...
... Our ticket man returned with different tickets and about 2500 yen, he took some of the coins and gave us new tickets and gave us about 2000 yen in cash.....he was giving us a refund !!!!! Because our original tickets had included the cable car and we were missing out on it ! How lovely! And with very limited English......once again we were impressed with how honest and just plain nice people can be. He certainly didn't have to do that, we would have been none the wiser. Once ...