Hiroshima Ekimae Green Hotel
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... into an empty seat as there were no further passengers going to board. I'm sure our fellow passengers thought we were a giggly pair as Arthur struggled to get out of his seatbelt in order to take advantage of this offer and we couldn't stop laughing.
The first part of the trip was a bit boring, as it was wet and mists were hanging very low in the sky. However, after an hour or so, the weather cleared and we ...
... 3000 degrees celsius. All of the wooden buildings in Hiroshima within a 2km radius of the blast were completely obliterated in a second, and many of the non-wooden buildings also suffered the same horrible fate. However, despite being almost directly below the blast, the Atomic Bomb Dome survived with most of its structure intact. A controversial decision was made after WW2 was over to keep the structure as it was, as a monument to those who had perished, but also ...
... we were pretty much heading into the eye of it down in Hiroshima!
We only had one day in Hiroshima so we made the decision that wind and rain or not we would have to brave it and explore the city anyway! To be honest what we saw in Hiroshima could not have been any less bleak if the sun had been blazing above us so it made no difference. We went to see the infamous Atomic Bomb Dome building first of all as of course it’s what Hiroshima is well known ...
... which was pretty good. By the way I talk about all the food we're eating but I should point out that we're walking a lot too so don't worry Mom I'll still be able to fit into my dress so don't you dare think that you can wear it on the cruise. Tomorrow we're checking out Peace memorial Park and the A-bomb dome which I think will be a great experience and this island that apparently has monkeys on it(guess whose idea it was to go there aha) so we're really looking forward to that!
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Last night was our first experience of a Japanese Youth Hostel. First impressions were quite good, and our female dormitory was quiet (no drunks rolling in, in the middle of the night!) It was decided that we would get up early and make the most of the time we had left. Today was Hiroshima day! Arriving into Hiroshima just after half eight, we had a semi-commuter experience (the train was not completely rammed). To get to the Atomic dome bomb we took yet another mode of ...