Dormy Inn Hiroshima
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... and legend believes that if 1000 cranes are folded by an individual they are granted a wish or eternal good luck as the mystical crane is thought to live for 1000 years.
The radioactive matter is thought to have led to the development of many cancers, illnesses and birth defects, that added to the total lives lost. The bomb not only obliterated human life but melted roof tiles, glass and sand. Black rain also fell from the skies, which was highly radioactive, it was a very ...
... atomic bomb were pictured in the background - a kind of eerie photo in modern times of the beginning and end of WWII.
We walked across the bridge toward the train station and on the way took pictures of the dancers from a different perspective. Boats, old and new passed by to wave at the dancers.
... then add pretty much everything but the kitchen sink. We had mince, noodles, egg, and green onion in ours. Delicious!!
On our final day in Hiroshima, we went back to the Peace Park to visit the Peace Museum. We had been too emotional to go through the other day. It was still a very haunting experience, but the information was laid out in a very factual way with the main message being to advocate ...
... 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 ...
... have daylight savings time.
That evening we decided to have dinner at the hotel. We had dinner at the fancy pants Japanese restaurant at the top of the hotel. The view was gorgeous. The food was good yet interesting at times. Then of course it was bedtime as we were moving on to Yakushima the next day and had a specific time table to keep.
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