Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Main & New Building
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Small room, kitsch decor, noisy trains from the station
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Today we took our time to wake up and, by the end of the morning, took the tram for the peace memorial park. In the tram, there were a lot of school kids heading for the same destination as we did. They kept looking at us and gigling. It seemed like we were quite a sight ;) Once we arrived at the park, we walked around the A-bomb dome, the only …
Today, we stayed as long as possible in Naoshima but finally had to take the ferry and leave this beautiful oasis. After the ferry, a train, and another one and a Shinkansen, we finally arrived in Hiroshima. I will be honest, our hotel here is the opposite of what we experienced at the Benesse house: very small room, view on the train station, very …
... 40 years later that his remains were removed and properly buried.
A little girl Sadako was 2 years old when the bomb dropped and seemed okay, but 10 years later developed leukaemia. She tried to fold 1,000 paper cranes in hope of a cure, but she passed away. You now see folded paper cranes everywhere as a symbol of peace. There is so many done each year, that they recycle them into postcards.
Nothing like food and alcohol to lift ...
... about where to go tomorrow and made reservations for the ferry to go to Miyajima Island. We relaxed for a while in our hotel and then decided to go to the main shopping district on Hondori Street and also find Okonomi Village where we planned to have our dinner. Hondori Street is a covered pedestrian street filled with shops and restaurants. We had a bit of trouble finding Okonomi Village but after asking a few people on the street, we found it. There are ...
... was just as good as yesterday!
Near our hotel is a Japanese Garden called Shukkeien. It was destroyed by the A-bomb but rebuilt to its original splendor. It’s right in the middle of the city and probably the most beautiful garden that I’ve seen in Japan. Everywhere you looked it had a walking path that took you to a different area of the garden with a new view.