Dormy Inn Hiroshima
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... to watch a large high school group have a small mourning and ceremony In front of the children's peace monument which was dedicated to all of the children who were affected by Hiroshima. A little girl who died of leukaemia 8 years after the bomb wanted to fold 1000 paper cranes to commemorate the loss but she died before completing her goal. People since then have donated cranes towards her cause and world peace. The school group stood I front of the monument, and made ...
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We left the museum feeling a bit down so decided to walk through the shopping and food plaza.
Once again we all had sore feet so headed to the hotel for some r&r. Then it was out again for dinner and to grab a few items such as milk.
Now I'm ready to have a nice hot shower and relax in bed with a book and get some sleep for another big day ...
... a few concrete buildings are not laid flat. Japanese buildings at this time were mostly wood.
The city of Hiroshima is at the forefront of the campaign for nuclear disarmament and applies pressure at all political levels. They remind the world of the devastating consequences of nuclear conflict.
... one of the greatest left-handed pitchers of all time). I am becoming evermore aware of that confused look when young people have no idea what I'm talking about. That look used to be confined to my kids, other family members and close friends, now it's spreading out to include strangers and young and old alike, but that's really another story for another day. My point is, ...
... crane, surrounded by brightly coloured garlands of paper cranes. The girl in the monument is a 12 year old who fell ill to radiation sickness in the aftermath of the bomb and who started to fold paper cranes on her sick bed as she'd heard that if she made 1000 her wishes would come true. Unfortuntely her wish to survive was not granted, but she did achieve immortality as many people from around the world now send paper cranes to the monument in her memory ...