Hotel Active Hiroshima
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A bit of a sleep in as we didn't have to check out until 12. Peter was quite ill, I also felt unwell but not as bad as him. We went for lunch back at GABA but Peter decided not to come as he was still unwell. Interesting lining up system for the restaurant, a small waiting area that was numbered, shifting along when a table was available, and some ...
... to show for it. As we walked into the rebuilt castle it was hard to look past the great restored building because I felt a sadness for what had been lost due to the war. Back home it's hard to have an appreciation for what everyone went through in the war because all we hear our stories of what happened but it's far away from us that it's hard to believe it actually happened. But by seeing the destruction first hand it's hard not to believe it happened and that was my ...
... cue......only sharper. The castle grounds were Japonically immaculate - somehow managing to be pristine without being fussy. People here seem to know how to behave like sensible human beings, so there seems no need for "Do not step on the grass" signs - a bit of wear (but no abuse) somehow makes the place seem properly lived in - like the odd scuff on an old painting. Our next city would have been Himeji, to see its ...
... a while... If you ever go then prepare to be there a while. They displayed lots of artefacts from the day including clothes worn, wall segments, roof tiles and toys! But of history.. It was August 6th (although I thought it was the 7th and was quickly corrected) 1946 at 8.15am. The museum only cost ¥50. We then headed through the peace memorial park to view the cenotaph for the a-bomb victims, the Hiroshima national peace memorial ...