Hotel Century 21 Hiroshima
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... later and tried something different, however the both agreed it was no where near as good as the octopus.
We kept wandering through the village until we came across a very busy restaurant that had a mix of Japanese and Western seating and appeared to be very well patronised by Japanese customers (always a good sign).
As Wendy and Cindy had already had a few things, we ordered one meal between the three of us. I'm not much of a foodie so ...
... atomic bomb. The brick frame was all that remained, with the wire framing of the dome preserved to remind us all of the destruction caused at 8:15am on August 6, the day an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima.
A man was standing at the front of the fenced off dome, offering homemade booklets of information about the Hiroshima and the atomic bomb in a variety of different languages. The man claimed to be the son of a survivor of the atomic bomb, his mother ...
... they even have a theatre in Akhibara where they perform every ******* day, or at least some of them perform everyday. We even saw an entire AKB48 store, which was filled with totally not embarrassed men. So a place that was playing some old reggae, like this tsukemen joint, was a welcome change.
We went to a little Okonomoyaki joint on our last day in Hiroshima. When I say little, I mean like six seats. We had gone to a ...
... English speaking volunteer. It was interesting to get her take on the events leading up to the dropping of the A-Bomb on Hiroshima - I wondered if her view of WWII and Japan's role in it might be biased against the west, but it actually seemed quite fair. If anything, there was an avoidance of blame either way and again the onus was on campaigning against nuclear weapons today and in the future.
... was snowing quite heavily.
Climbing past that (again, more stairs) takes you to the summit of the mountain, and gives you 360 degree views over Hiroshima, and out to sea over a very pretty series of islands. As we reached the summit almost on queue the snow stopped, the sun came out, and gave us fantastic views in every direction.
I'm very amazed at the different weather we experienced at different altitudes on ...