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... as bad as I thought it would be. The most intense part of the museum were the stories about the children and the models of them. The bodies were melting from the heat, their skin was peeling off and they were burning.
There were audio sets so you could listen to a voice that would tell you about the diaramas. It got too intense so we took them off. ...
... just hopped on the next tram back to the hotel.
We found a cute little restaurant for dinner that evening - most of these restaurants only have about 5 or 6 small tables. They kind of remind me of small taverns like those found in the Harry Potter series - but they serve Japanese food and beer instead.
The restaurant food was really yummy - though I was a feeling a bit low that night and was a little grumpy. Sorry Cindy ...
... Atre Shopping Centre. We stored our bags there as our rooms were not ready, whilst most of us went the Peace Park. About 5 or 6 went to the Transport Museum with Takako and Owen, and two went to the gardens outside Hiroshima Castle.
We bought our lunch at the basement level of the Atre Shopping Centre. Joseph settled for ham and cheese sandwiches, pineapple and yet another creme caramel. I had some noodles and half an apple. They sell it peeled, cored ...
... From there, we walked to the garden beside the castle and took many pictures as we walked around the beautiful grounds. There was a nice arched bridge across the pond in the garden, and you could buy food to feed the coy fish, which Lennea did as i took pictures of the 50 or so fish push and shove to be closest to the surface so they could get at the food. ...
... to ask how to get to such and such a tube station. A Japanese couple, clearly as disatisfied with my answer as he was, proceeded to assist and furthermore a teenage girl lent a pen and pad so the lady could write the instructions down for the person in need. I still say I was right mind you.
Day one I ventured straight to The National Museum (as I tend to). The art section comprising of scrolls, calligraphy, paintings, Samurai armour and numerous other ...