Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
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Der Tag beginnt schon einmal fantastisch - super ausgeruht gehen wir in den obersten Stock unseres Hotels und sind überwältigt: Der Blick geht über die kleinen Inseln, die sich vor Hiroshima befinden. Es ist ein son***** Tag und der Anblick ist einfach genial. Zweite positive Überraschung: das Büffet. Nicht vergleichbar mit …
Am letzten Tag in Kyoto bekommt Michi sein japanisches Frühstück nochmal. Wieder gibt es Reis, eine große Portion gebratenen Lachs, einen Tofuwürfel, Rührei, eine Suppe und wieder die komischen roten Gewürzgurken (wenn das überhaupt welche sind). Einfach lecker. Danach checken wir aus und schleppen unser Gepä …
This morning we left Hiroshima quite early, heading for the bus station and our highway bus to Fukuoka on the adjoining Island of Kyushu.
Once again the weather was not too good this morning, with very light drizzle. I felt really pleased with myself finding the bus to Fukuoka - it has been a bit of a trial with so little available in English, but I am hoping that things will improve.
Anyway, we found the bus ...
... went back to sitting dutifully and unquestioningly in his seat. The Shinkansen thundered on towards the earthquake zone, and so I had no real option but to sit there dutifully and unquestioningly as well. I mean, if you can't trust a chivalrous stranger in a surgical mask on a train, who can you trust? When I got to Hiroshima and alighted from the train station I am sad to report that, despite having both a compass and a map, I still managed to go in the wrong ...
... is the Memorial Museum. Parts of this are quite hard to see. There is a scale model of what Hiroshima looked like for 2.5 km around the blast- most of it was flattened- and there are many personal items donated that people had on them when the blast went off including charred clothing. Many items belonged to teenagers as they were all in the area building fire breaks in case of an air strike from the US. The item that hit me the most though was a burnt tricycle that ...