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... to get something edible at least. Kim feeling adventurous, decided to try the local delicacy, oysters. She ordered the deep-fried variety and we shared them over lunch. We both have to agree they are less then appealing and will not be ordered again, even though we did eat them all. Later in the evening while we are still talking about food, we managed to find one of the only 4-5 shops still open at 8:00PM and had another local dish of Udon (thick noodles) and ...
... crane bracelet which was adorable. As we entered the museum we were surrounded by history leading up to the bombing, the bombing itself and the after effects which I think was perfect because it gave us a full picture. One thing I learned was that Hiroshima was picked mostly because they did not have any US allied Prisoner of War camps here which is something I hadn't known before. One of my favorite parts of the museum was seeing all 604 letters sent by the Mayor's ...
... 10:03am. Headed out the station and straight to Hotel Granvina Hiroshima. Found the meeting place and meet guide. Only about 18 people in tour so we got a small bus, but it was tripped out, chandelier, massive seat with recliners and stereo system. Nice bus and plenty of room to spread out. First stop was Mejiamme Island to see the Tori Gate and another shrine, nice day came out a bit muggy but overcast. Got burnt. Island is famous for Oysters and ...
We caught a bus to get to another temple, which we had to walk to and to get to it we walked through crowded streets where shops lined the walls. It was really good to see that Japan isn't all skyscrapers, temples and bright lights. I bought quite a few presents from these shops but tried as quickly as I could to make my way up to the top to see the ...