Hiroshima Pacific Hotel
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... lovely broad roads with room for street trees and landscaping. The Peace Bouelvard has a wonderful night lighting display and there are garden plots of flowers and memorials lining the street. It is the nicest city we have seen so far.
We saw Japanese rockabilly followers giving a dance display (seemed very out of context). Another oddity is the Japanese love of vending machines. They are everywhere and you can even buy a beer from them, ...
... the story of what happened the day the bomb was dropped. It also describes the effects radiation had on the human body including a harrowing story of an unborn child developing a condition where the brain doesn't develop to full size, meaning the sufferer cannot care for themselves for their whole lives. The experience of seeing all the pain that this one bomb inflicted was emotional. How could mankind wipe out so ...
... all packed into Japanese cabs on our way to the hotel. Our cab driver was watching a soap opera on his navigation system. This isn't the first time I’ve seen this happen. It is not very safe, but it must be legal because everyone in Japan seems to abide by the rules. The first thing we did after arriving at the hotel was head on over to the museum that covers the bombing on Hiroshima. This museum was definitely the equivalent of the Holocaust museum in America. ...
... Hirohito over the military brass to stop and surrender as he said 'enough is enough'. This was a very solemn day for us. After returning to our hotel at 9pm we had a light dinner of pasta in the coffee shop. I needed to calm my stomach with food it was familiar with, and Minna was most encouraging to not be subjected to unidentifiable food. Early to bed to supplement my many naps on busses today and make up for last night when I found it ...
... survivors talking about their own experience on the day was very moving, with most of them relating the horror of the time and the sadness that has influenced their lives since.
It is a triumph to the people of Hiroshima that they have resurrected their city out of the ashes and have devoted themselves to peace. On the cenotaph memorial are the words "Let all the souts here rest in peace for we shall never repeat the evil".
Quite a day!