Hotel 28 Hiroshima
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... weird tasting hot coffee in a screw top can.
We walked and walked trying to find the loop bus stop and when we finally found it and got on the bus we were crazy enough to get off again to do the historical walking trail that includes a number of shrines and a peace pagoda. When we got there we saw the first shrine had multitudes of steps to get to it and the trail went uphill. Gave up on that idea and walked back to our hotel.
... lives with the press of one button? Sadly another bomb was dropped 3 days later on Nagasaki. In the centre of Hiroshima, down the road to the museum stands what's known as the A-bomb dome. A building that has been preserved in the state it was after the bomb dropped. Most of the city was totally flattened but this relatively strong The museum is striving to achieve a world where no countries ever use nuclear weapons ...
... physical artifacts that proved the scars of the bomb. There were wax figures of Japanese children with their skin melting off. This museum showed burnt clothing, hair, and belongings of dead children. It was disappointing to see such a devastating disaster occur by the hands of our home country. It definitely makes you think twice when people say that we should just nuke this or that country. Anyone who says that does not fully understand what the results of nuclear ...
... sleep while siting on the toilet seat even though it was so comfortably and invitingly warm. The typical toilet in Japan has a warmed seat, a stream pointing up from behind that comes from under the back of the toilet seat, a bidet spray that comes from also from under the seat, and some even have 'music' (actually white noise) for the bashful or noisy user. The stream and spray have adjustments for temperature, pressure, and continuous or intermittent ...
... Apple Store.
As soon as the passengers disembark from the train, the cleaners move in. They only have a few minutes to clean the whole train. There are only four to do 16 carriages and they do it so efficiently.
We boarded the shinkansen to Shin-Osaka station. That took about an hour or so. From there, we changed to another train to Hiroshima, arriving at 11.26am. We are staying at the Sheraton Hotel which is attached to the JR station together ...