Dormy Inn Hiroshima
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... build of the atomic bomb, but he was instrumental in facilitating its development: the letter to the USA president Roosevelt
... up the ropeway - when we came back, the tide had gone out and the tori gate was no longer standin gin water - oysters and maple leaf cookies are the tourist food of this area - perfect timing in getting to the top in beating not only the heat, but also the ...
... finished it all (see picture). After breakfast I went to see Koyasan's main attraction - Oku-no-in. Oku-no-in is a temple/cemetery complex where the monk (Kobo Dashi) who originally brought Buddhism from China to Japan is buried (though some believe he is in a permanent meditative state). This cemetery was vast, probably one of the largest in the world but definitely the most picturesque. To get to the temple I had to walk through the cemetery which was about ...
... Hiroishima Peace Museum, so looks like I'll be doing that solo
Detail on Toji-Temple
Toji Temple (東寺, Tōji), literally "East Temple", was founded at the beginning of the Heian Period just after the capital was moved to Kyoto in the late 700s. The large temple, together with its now defunct ...
... in they were told that there were no rooms available. This really surprised me because there were at least 10 available an hour or so earlier when I booked our room. We were able to use the wifi in the lobby to get them booked through the same website I used, and they were eventually able to get a room. If that hadn't worked, we were ready to let them share our room for the night. It was already at least 9pm at this point, and it would have been really difficult for them to ...