Hiro Station Hotel Annex
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... hotel. We were concerned that business = teeny, but we would soon see that this hotel, the Daiwa Roynet Hiroshima, was quite a gem. As usual we arrived at the hotel before check in, so we left our bags and charted our way to get to Miyajima. Recall we specifically changed our plans to arrive early enough today to see Miyajima, so we wanted to be sure not to miss it.
The journey started with backtracking to Hiroshima JR station. Instead of cabbing it, ...
... so this made it even better. The cable car was pretty good although we had to share our car. After that trip we thought it was the end but nopes, another cable car which was a bigger one but we all had to cram in. From there we walked to the temple and summit of the mountain and got pretty good views across Hiroshima and the landscape. We then went back down and found the path that led us back down to the bottom. It took quite a ...
... by 9.30am. We walked to the main through road (just round the corner) and caught the number 2 tram to the ferry terminal. The tram trip was a lovely little jaunt that took about 45 mins, but fascinating - for people watching and checking out the suburbs of Hiroshima. As we left the commercial areas we travelled past more and more apartment buildings and soon, tiny compact houses. It was also interesting watching the various citizens getting on and off the tram. An elderly ...
... behind it. We read a few plaques depicting the day it was bombed and what the building was used for. It told stories of people tragedies that day and when it became a historical site. After taking many pictures we walked further into the park and took more photos at different monuments throughout the park. We saw the children’s peace memorial. There is a story about a young girl, around 11 years old I believe, that due to the bomb got leukemia. ...
... than a single bed and not tall enough to sit up straight in, with a curtain over the opening at the foot end and a TV inside with radio, a headphone jack and a power point. They are stacked in twos in rows of about ten with the same number on the other side of the room separated by a thin hall. On each floor there are maybe six or eight rooms like this radiating around huge communal bathrooms and there were at least 6 floors like that, one reserved for ...
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