Green Rich Hotel Iwakuni Ekimae
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... as always) - Wendy and I talked about how useful a system like that would be in Canberra.
Now that we'd started to get the hang of things (and station names), we hopped off at our station and headed for the Starbucks that according to Google maps was close by. Wendy and Cindy had a hankering for a good coffee.
We thought we saw the Starbucks across the road from the stop, however when we got closer we realised it was ...
... on the verge of collapse.”
Let’s not forget the power of hindsight here – it’s easy to do after the fact. Or perhaps I’m defending the winner’s version of history – the version I want to be true. Other quotes from U.S. military personnel were quoted too to strengthen the booklets position on the atomic bomb.
While confident in its assessment, this is still a contentious question today, with historians today ...
... that there is lots and lots of reading in the museum, so much so that even I (a native English speaker) got bored of reading! So for anyone who's first language isn't English might find it quite troublesome!
Hiroshima is a must visit in Japan but I think two nights is more than enough time to see the most important parts of the city. I would highly recommend going to Miyajima though, it's pretty awesome!
... buildings on stilts over the water. There's also a beautiful "floating" tori marking the entry to the shrine. The tide was pretty low while I was there, so you could walk around the base of the tori. Next, I headed over to Mt Misen, intending to get the rope way up to the top. Unfortunately the rope way was closed. I didn't have time to get to the top of the mountain and back again, but I spent a good few hours walking around ...
... through it. It had many pieces of debris with glass embedded glass shards or other effects of the extreme heat. It also had copies of hundreds of letters that the mayor of Hiroshima writes to foreign nations every time a nuclear test occurs.
After the museum Carmen is a bit tired, so we took a taxi back to the train station and headed back to Osaka. A short trip but worth it, especially considering it was free with our JR Rail passes.