Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Annex
Travel Blogs from Hiroshima
... 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 ...
... year, and no-one wants to miss their beauty.
After a full day, full of varying emotions we headed off back to Nara first by bullet train from Hiroshima to Shin Osaka, then onto a train to Osaka, which takes 4 minutes, finishing off with a "normal" rapid express to Nara. A single journey taking about 2.5 hours, which is not bad for a 300km trip (one way). The Shinkansen are so fast, travelling from 240-320km per hour, depending upon which train you travel on.
... there stock of weapons they still have them. In 1998 India and Pakistan carried out atomic testing. A very sobering day indeed.
For dinner we go to a modern Japanese restaurant and eat Californian sushi rolls, our favourite, gyoza and some lovely meat and potato wedges. Just like most Japanese restaurants the kitchen is in the restaurant and you can see them cooking your food, I wonder if that makes for happier chefs? I still don't miss smoking in ...
... he said he could not understand why Japan had gone to war against the United States. I wasn't clear to me whether he meant that the Americans treated him well, or that the United States was economically so powerful. He was also surprised to find out how difficult it was to understand English--the education he'd gotten in English from the Presbyterian missionaries in his area before the trip just wasn't enough. ...
... looks no different that Kyoto or Osaka. Deep scratch the surface and you find evidence of the past. I think that's the idea behind the Memorial Hall, built deep into the ground. You descend a spiral hall into a peaceful round room, surrounded by the image of the neighborhoods at the time, portrayed right after the bombing. The image is created using 140 000 tiles, the estimated number of people who died by the end of 1945. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Hiroshima
Search for more deals in Hiroshima
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations