Court Hotel Hiroshima
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourt Hotel Hiroshima
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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... bomb museum. It was extremely crowded so took a long time to get round. It was very moving. There were lots of items affected by the atomic bomb and stories of the people affected. One story was of a young girl called Sadako Sasaki who had leukemia after the blast and decided to make 1000 origami cranes. Some of the cranes she made were on display. Her friends helped her out to get to the total and now the crane has become a symbol for children and peace in Japan. After ...
... so we dove over to Dotonburi to grab some lunch in a hidden away basement restaurant.
We had some time before the show and so we wandered the shops, finding a sweet shop which has Green Tea flavoured everything and giant rainbow Pocky.
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... our way past Some souvenir shops and restaurants to catch the ropeway (cable car) to the top of Mt Misen. The walk was beautiful with the path lined with those gorgeous autumn coloured trees, small waterfalls, colourful koi ponds and many tourists. Two cable car rides later we arrived at the Shishikoiwa observation deck close to the top of Mt Misen where the gods are believed to reside. I'm sure this is true as the view is heavenly. From here we had ...
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