Hotel JAL City Tamachi Tokyo
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... but at the same time very interesting. It contained a lot of information about what nuclear bombs were, how they were developed, why Hiroshima was targeted and most importantly the devastating effects it had on the city. There were several spooky relics present (such as a charred tricycle, bent window frames, pieces of skin... yes actually skin... from a young victim) as well as stories of the victims (mostly children). There was also a wall with protest letters issued by ...
... have had to line up at 2:45am in hopes of getting 4 of the 120 tickets to the auction. We decided that was a bit too early for us, and instead came to visit at 9am, after the auction has concluded and the tuna has all been distributed to the tiny shops that fill the acres of floor space that comprises Tsukiji. The river comprises the eastern boundary of the market, so the boats pull right up to the edge of the market to unload their wares and the ...
... It was a good museum, showing different types of trains. Did you know that they started high speed railway in the 1960's? The train network here is very efficient.
Nagoya was a lot slower than Tokyo, a small city in comparision. One thing that we have noticed is how well the Japanese dress. They are always well dressed and wear very fashionable clothes. We would have to say that they dress as good as Europeans if not better.
Next stop Hiroshima. Konichiwa
... was looking after the hostel in owner Larissa's absence spoke English, unbeknownst to me, and after she'd broken the ice as I was leaving with "where are y from?" (It's odd bit charming that the you is present yet more of a guttural presence than anything else) she phoned one for me. As we waited it started to get light. I do hate starting a journey in the dark, at least in unfamiliar surroundings. She seemed to check her voicemail, and the casually turned and said "let's ...
For today, I've already agreed with Scott about breakfast together. We are both up, fresh and ready by 7am and then set the table with cornflakes/cereal, yogurt, home baked bread, butter, jam, cheese spread, orange juice, coffee/tea and some raisins.
I pack all my things and again end hp with a full backpack, ready to head further down towards Kyoto. But before that, Scott takes me to the school he works at to introduce me to some of his colleagues, an ...
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Unless you are a smoker, stay away from the 8th floor! You could tell as soon as you get off of the elevator that that is what goes on in the rooms on this floor. We were able to switch to the 12th floor and it was Paradise!
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