Hiroshima Garden Palace
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... armament and left the site feeling quite low.
Two poignant tales I will never forget. One of the exhibits is a ruined children's tricycle. The little boy loved his bike so much he rushed out every day to ride it and was on it at 8:15 am on 6th August, 1945 when the bomb was dropped. His father could not bear to bury his body or get it cremated with the thousands of other casualties, so buried him in the backyard of their property. It was ...
... and went through many tunnels. In about 2 hours we arrived in HIroshima. It was very overcast and raining when we arrived. The hotel was further from the station than I anticipated so we took a taxi to our hotel. The Rihga Hotel was a pleasant surprise - very large, and very nice. Our room on the 18th floor has a fantastic view of Hiroshima Castle. We have a room with 2 roomy twin beds and a comfortable cot. We got some instructions from the ...
... six story building showing off the industrial production of the area is now only part of the shell of the building. Some of the outside walls of stone or structural brickwork remain and a few inside walls,but no floors, as the shock wave of the bomb blast came down from its explosion site that was 600 meters overhead. Dome shaped girders in the shape of its dome, that held up the dome, now hang in mid-air emphasizing the emptiness of what ...
... classmates distributed leaflets at a conference of National School Principals' Association, asking them to donate to a monument to honour Sadako and all other children who were victims of the bomb. The movement spread throughout Japan and overseas, involving over 3000 schools. It is a lovely monument, with a young girl at the top, stretching out her arms towards a crane, with a boy on one side, and a young girl on the other side. In the middle of the monument is a ...
... we stopped to take some pictures, we notice a few deer just lying in the sun totally ignoring us.
Miyajima is known for their huge oysters. We bought an oyster toped with spicy squid at one of the vendors in town. It was definitely the largest oyster we’ve ever seen. Before we leave to go back to Hiroshima, Brett wanted to get the Okonomiyaki again, but this time with ...