Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
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... like it floats in the ocean. One cultural aspect we learnt that these shrines aren't painted red as we originally thought. They are painted orange all around the country. We were lucky enough to be there in low tide in the morning to walk out to the shrine and then view in the afternoon sunset when it was submersed. We climbed Mount Misen and enjoyed walking amongst the local deer population that is ...
... because the ferry was actually stopped due to the Typhoon. I was pretty gutted to have missed it because the large Tori gate on the island is something of a national symbol. We decided that we didn’t really want to miss it and would rather forsake a bit of time in Osaka! I’m really glad we did as well as the island was very pretty and the Tori gate was worth seeing. We even saw some more of those curious little deer roaming around although these ones were a bit more ...
... noted that a great deal of information was copied directly from Wikipedia. Regardless, I found learning the history from the other side of history to be incredibly interesting.
After reading the “home made history” book cover to cover we left the atomic dome and headed towards the partially closed Hiroshima Peace Museum. The East Wing of the museum was closed for renovation (talk about my luck with museums being closed for renovation) however the ...
... to eat around it. It was very good though.
Then, we looked in shops. Dont worry, i controlled my wallet. carlene got this honey drink and i didnt like it, but liana and carlene did. i then bought another ice cream cone and carlene got oysters. apparatly, the island is known for their oysters. deer love oysters so they would surrounf carlene and try to eat them.
when we left, we went back to the ferry and rode back to the ...
... and so on, they are currently the only country to ever use a nuclear weapon in anger. Even now, decades later and after numerous treaties to ban this and reduce that there are still tens of thousands of nuclear warheads in bunkers all over the globe and more countries are joining the nuclear arms race as the years roll by. In the museum there were copies of letters sent to President Obama this year, the most recent in August to strenuous complain about ...