Hiroshima Airport Hotel
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Je suis arrivé à Hiroshima ce matin par le train rapide venant de Kyoto. Ne pouvant me rendre à l'auberge avant 15 heures, j'ai décidé de commencer aussitôt ma visite de cette ville martyre puisque ma passe de train vaut pour une visite par autobus.. J'ai concentré ma visite autour de l'"Atom Dome" et du parc et du musée à la mémoire des victimes de la bombe atomique tombée sur la ville le 14 août 1945 à 8:15 le matin. ...
... br> German food and a German oompah type band to cheer the sodden crowd. A
young woman recognised us from our couch surfing profile and introduced
herself - Matsuko had responded to a request from Warwick to show us
around the next day, so talked briefly then went our separate ways after
eating sausage and bun and a non-alcoholic lemon beer.
through to Peace Avenue where we were surprised to discover that the ...
Today I travelled to Hiroshima. It's quite a distance for one night, but the trains make it easy and there was no way I could visit Japan without coming here. Hiroshima was not optional. I left my luggage at the hotel as I was too early to check in and walked towards the memorial park. I could've taken a tram that would've got me there in less than half the time, but walking there seemed the right thing to do. The ...
Again on the trains. To an island which is famous for a shrine and a temple. And a big red statue. I get to go on a ferry. I love ferries, I love that it's free we my rail pass even more. It's pretty but the weather is coming in. I wander looking at shrines and temples for a while. There are loads of deer just wandering around. Eating people's stuff ...
... which was also very good, especially the exhibition that was on.
Walking around wasn't a lot of fun so was a bit restricted by the rain to venture too far although I'm sure I didn't miss much. Things like the castle etc. were totally destroyed (they have recreated a little bit of it) but there is no real historic things to see - all gone.
Spent the evening with three others at a games place. Nine floors. The first three were amusement stuff and the next ...