Hiro Station Hotel Regent House
Travel Blogs from Kure
... we realized, yet again, we would not have the place to ourselves. It was packed with local tourists who wanted to visit this beautiful site on a Sunday during peak koyo season. We were starving, so right off the boat we were tempted by the numerous food stalls and restaurants lining the short walk to the shrine (officially called Itsukushima). Efren was immediately tempted by some oysters, which are a specialty in the region and were cooked right in front of us. ...
... welcoming and we were pleased to see that each bed gets its own light and plug socket. Always a massive plus! We dropped off our things then went back to the station to book tickets for the next few train journeys we would be taking. We then walked through Hiroshima to its Central Park. There wasn't really too much to see here unfortunately as they seemed to be doing a lot of ...
... English teacher at high school had come from Tasmania. We arrived on the island and headed for the exit from the ferry terminal. We had learnt previously that our transport tickets that we had received on the first day from Mashini usually required the ticket man to wave us thru, they were not the regular ones you can put thru the exit turnstiles at the train stations. We found the ticket man and showed him the tickets. He became a bit excited and tried to tell us something. ...
... when there are no longer any nuclear warheads on earth. Directly across the water was the cenotaph. This monument houses the names of all the families, soldiers, children and any other victims of the A-bomb. There were many Koreans taken from home and forced to work in Japan at the time. Many other foreigners were also killed. After we walked through the whole park there was a museum at the end, so we decided to go check it out. It didn’t seem like a very ...
... hotels can be paid for by the hour.
There were more love hotels than I could count in this part of Osaka – right by the red light district. Unfortunately the price skyrockets after midnight. So the only feasible option left was to sneak her into my hostel where I knew there were spare bunks. When I woke up the next morning I was glad that she was gone. I just hope she follows the plans she talked about - to gain further education and ...
Other places to stay in Kure
1-1-1 Chuo, Kure | Hotelfrom $110
Kure Station, Kure | 3 star hotelfrom $62
3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure | Hotelfrom $99
15-22 Honmachi, Kure | Hotelfrom $49
1-3-8 Chuo, Kure | Hotelfrom $47
Kure Station, Kure | Hotelfrom $78
Kure Station, Kure | Hotelfrom $54
4-16 Hironakacho, Kure | Hotelfrom $57