Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Annex
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... and try to convince you who's fault it was.it just stated the facts. When we got to the hotel, it was just a big room. Liana, Carlene and I immediately set up our beds and threw our stuff everywhere. Lainie and Paloma tried to get into the boys room and then they left with them.I stayed with Carlene and liana and waited for them when them when they did their laundry. They kept yelling at the machine... Then, we wanted to go shop but it was ...
... a route along the bank of the river.
The hotel room at the Reino Inn where we are staying is on the top floor, and is supposedly their "deluxe" family room. If this is the deluxe room I'd hate to see their regular rooms. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but it isn't anything special either. It is basically a cube, with tatami mats on the floor, and a regular bathroom/toilet off to the side.
You want towels? They cost ...
... has to do with the fact, that western foreigners are to be seen in Japanese TV programs quite often and that more and more people opt to live here. We are no longer aliens, which is being acknowledged by the fact, that the (in)famous "Alien registration card" no longer exists. So mine at home does no longer just have a sentimental value, but is definitely something rare, as normally you had to hand it in when leaving the country for ...
... that time.
President Truman decided the bomb was the best way to bring the war to an end. The Japanese were moving around the world, causing the death of thousands, as I wrote about in an earlier entry http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/usatexan/1/1359088219/tpod.html.
Even with the huge number of deaths from the bomb, Truman felt that thousands of innocent civilians and military around the world would be spared by ending the ...
... the scale of the thing - it stands over 16 metres high and weighs 60 tons. This current gate is apparently the 8th to have been built here and was constructed in 1875 - i guess that given enough time the sea will destroy it no matter how big or how well constructed. Still it's a mightily impressive feat of engineering.
After leaving the shrine i decided to go up the ropeway to the observation area up in the mountains. ...
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