Victoria Inn Nagasaki
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... to go in (at least with our time constraints). We walked down a long staircase/walkway labelled “a prayer slope” to get to the Oura Catholic Church. This was built in the 1800s, but is no longer an active church. Unfortunately it is at the top of a bunch of stairs and we were all stairs-ed out so we didn’t go in.
When our ship was getting ready to leave port a group of about 30 school kids (maybe high school aged) played music to see us ...
Now, back to Japan, with a longer blog more worthy of this city. I actually got a complaint about one my blogs being too short and not descriptive enough! Sorry, they were typed with my thumbs on my phone grabbing at wifi in cafes. Now I have the time so will type away in full about my visit to a city of great importance not only to Japanese history, but the entire world. It was the city to suffer mankinds cruelest invention of mass destruction, the atomic bomb. ...
... think the town of Beppu will be next. Beppu is the Onsen (hot springs) hot spot of Japan. I do have to say that having internet through a pocket wi-fi device makes a big difference in foreign travel. We are able to book our hotels and get information very easily. We are also using it to translate when needed and get us to locations. Google maps and directions is just awesome! Here are some pictures For more info please google ...
Such a highlight for us today to come to Japan, long awaited.
On a very calm morning we came quietly into Nagasaki, past the huge shipyards
of Mitsubishi, with many ships in progress, huge Cruise Liners, and very
imposing Gas Tankers, and much more. A very sheltered harbour and our berth
right in the city, park land surrounds.
We both had tours today, we were looking forward to ,Sam to
the Shipyard, and me to ...
... but we walked around the grounds and Dave went into a museum part. The staff were all dressed up and in character and on the hour these two women started doing a cute little dance. Then we went to find the area this place was most famous for. It is known as "carp city" due to all of these streams running through the streets full of koi carp. We walked through this cute little shopping arcade. Everywhere were taps and pots with spring water. You can fill up your water bottle anywhere ...