Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
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... at Hiroshima which is our destination today! I think Japan is more French than France in many ways - the food, the presentation of everything and the fashion.
Got the 9:18 am Hikari Shinkasen to Hiroshima which is about 40 minutes by train south of Okayama. The correct pronunciation is hero-sheema, and not her-osh-ima which the Americans use. The countryside has lots of little hills amongst flat agricultural land and large towns. This ...
... of them, each time with the desire to get well. Unfortunately she died nontheless. This was when her schoolmates started to cllect money to build this Peace Memorial – to remember the useless death of an innocent child. In the museum were some of those folded origamis; the only thing I took a picture of because it was a symbol of hope, not of destruction.
At this point I don’t want to explain everything I learned because it was very heavy ...
... then followed the path on the other side of the river back to our hotel. Along the way we saw some interesting sights. We came upon a shrine just off the pathway near the river where people would stop to say a quick prayer. We saw some students playing a strange type of baseball game in an open field and we saw several temporary homes set up by homeless people in areas underneath bridges. The amazing thing about these homes is how neat and tidy they ...
... is 16 meters tall and 20 meters wide. The side pillars are made of a solid camphor tree which at the bottom is 10 meters around. We proceeded to also tour the Itsukushima Shinto shrine first built in 593 AD. We were treated to a dramatic show that we could not understand at all and was as fast moving as drying paint. For lunch Minna had Okonomiyaki with shrimp. It is a thin pancake heaped high with shredded cabbage, cooked and inverted over ...
... display that takes you on a walking tour from hell to heaven. It was kind of cool, but a little creepy.
This area of Japan is known for octopus. We didn’t get to try any but it’s apparently very chewy and tasty. We passed by many grocers along our walks that were selling vacuum-sealed packages. As we leave the islands and get on a boat to take us back to the mainland, we were greeted by ...