Dormy Inn Hiroshima
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... could look at those facts with more distance without having tears in my eyes all the time.
Also in this museum I learned more about the girl Sadako Sasaki, the one that the Children’s Peace Memorial was dedicated to. She survived the atomic bomb but later she got leucemia because of the radiation. In the hospital she started to fold crane origami because she heard that if you fold 1'000 of them one wish of yours would come true. She folded ...
... Imperial Osaka Hotel. We decided that we would appreciate having a rather laid-back, relaxing day after the constant on-the-go schedule of the tour. We went for breakfast at 8:30 am, then decided to go for a walk following one of the running routes that was provided in the hotel room. We walked along the river from the hotel, walking first through a lovely garden, then following a walking path to a bridge about a kilometer and a half away. We crossed ...
We were up at 5:45 for an early start to a thirteen hour day. Minna had a normal breakfast. Howard had congee, apple juice, half a slice of toast with jam, a banana and tea. We took a ferry to the island of Miyajima where the 'floating Tori' is. I was less than pleased when everyone was told the best scenery was on the right side of the ferry. Thank God not everyone went over to the right side. This Tori is built to appear to be floating at high tide. ...
... his money in the steel industry. When his mother died, he became a Buddhist monk and took 30 years to build a temple in her honor. The temple included a while marble garden up on a hill. All the marble was imported from Carrara, Italy. The garden is called "Heights of Eternal Hope for the Future" and since the sky was so overcast, it looks like we are in the arctic! Both the sky and ground are white. He also created ...
... willing to wait. Once inside we look around at the other tables, "eyeing" the portion sizes. One is probably big enough. We ordered two!
After stuffing ourselves we had no choice but to walk our meal off. Better to undo the top button of my pants while no one is looking ;) Back near our hostel we see some baseball fans still lingering about. We don't know if they won or not... but they are still smiling.