Hotel Century 21 Hiroshima
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I would rate this hotel 2 out of 5. There is ridiculous amounts of smoke, you are allowed to smoke in the lobby and it is disgusting.
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We were doing home work in the room. In the hotel room there were 4 single beds a mini fridge and little table and chairs, there was also a desk in the room. Our dad went out to get us lunch, he brought us chicken noodle soup in a cup. We had to pour boiling water into the cups to make it soup.
After lunch we decided to out for a walk in …
Finally the buffet. Wow, what was quite interesting. Who knew people had fish for breakfast and rice...really? I did find something to eat, bread, runny eggs, yogurt and mini waffles. After the buffet, we stayed in the hotel, I was so stressed out about the Peace Museum. I was afraid of how depressed I would be, I really don't like war. < …
It was fun being in the hostel. I liked how you shared a kitchen. Everybody was trust worthy. I felt safe. We walked to the train station and we waited 1 hour then our train finally came. We hopped on and road for 1 and 1/2 hours. The train was really fast.
Boy that was a great stay at the hostel. It was the best set up …
... However, this time I realised my mistake early, and corrected it all by myself without needing to rely on the kindness of strangers. So things are getting better. No trip to Hiroshima would be complete without a visit to the infamous site of the atomic bomb explosion in 1945. This was the first A bomb used against humans in history, and still obviously has a huge impact on the psyche of the city. The first thing I visited today was the Atomic Bomb Dome, which ...
... internet in miserable weather. Fortunately, I had read some of the guide book pre train slumber and s was wise enough to catch a tram to the 'Atomic Dome Centre' - a world listed site which is the closest building to the centre of the blast to have survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima - from where there was a nearby information centre offering 10 minutes free internet access which I could use to book a room. It was ...