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. < …
... by SBS and the ABC. What he had put together was very interesting, including the fact that it was many years before the people of Hiroshima learned that it was a nuclear device that had been used on 6th August. Both the Japanese and American governments hid the information from the local population. Victims were not told they were suffering from radiation sickness for many years.
I also had the opportunity of making ...
Welp another early start, Up at 4:30 to get ready and be on the shinkansen to Hiroshima at 7. This is not as easy as it sounds as we need to walk quite a number of blocks to the JR Namba line, ride it 4 stops to Tennoji change to the Osaka loop, ride that to Osaka station about 10 stops, change to the JR Koyoto line for 1 station then change over to the shinkansen lines and ride that for the next 1.5 hours... then change to a ...
... than we first thought and as the eye of the Typhoon was closing in on us we were very eager to find it and get under some shelter! When we did finally get in there we noticed we really were the only westerners and the staff spoke very little English but we persisted and managed to pay in properly. As we had already read a little on the etiquette of the hot springs we knew we had to go our separate ways, Liam into the mens hot spring and me into the ladies. When we parted ...