Green Rich Hotel Iwakuni Ekimae
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Iwakuni
... really good but the unbelievable heat and sweat did put a dampener on it (no pun intended). We really wished we had sacrificed the view of the park for a seat in the nice air conditioned area that they offered next to us.
As soon as we paid we headed over to a vending machine we had been eyeing up all meal and got ourselves a couple cold waters to cool us down a bit. We headed over the bridge into the park and were met by the parks shop which we went into and ...
... to get something edible at least. Kim feeling adventurous, decided to try the local delicacy, oysters. She ordered the deep-fried variety and we shared them over lunch. We both have to agree they are less then appealing and will not be ordered again, even though we did eat them all. Later in the evening while we are still talking about food, we managed to find one of the only 4-5 shops still open at 8:00PM and had another local dish of Udon (thick noodles) and ...
... beautiful island with very friendly deer keen to fin out if have any food for them. This place would be stunning during the spring when the cherry blossoms are out. We tried hot oysters- they are cooked in their shell and served with a splash of soy like ...
... the world, and of promoting world peace. Fifty-three million people had visited the museum from its opening in 1955 through 2005. The number of visitors is over one million per year. The architect of the main building was Kenzo Tange. I definitely recommend to take a look on atomic watch that is located in entry hall. Not many people stop there but in my opinion is one of most important expositions. Overall exposition is very heavy to digest as it show act ...
... and only a plaque with text and a picture of the devastation now marks the location. Having taken in as much of Hiroshima's Peace Park as we felt we could at one time, we changed our focus for the rest of the day and moved on to Miyajima. This involved yet another train ride, followed by a short ferry. Miyajima is actually an island, billed as one of the three most scenic sights in Japan. I have no idea what the other two are, but I can attest to Miyajima ...