Hotel Nikko Huis Ten Bosch
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... in Victoria! We were very impressed, bought a CD, and got it autographed by the artist.
The following morning we woke to another sunny day. We headed off early and rode our bikes to the station to catch the train bound for Nagasaki. As you may recall, Nagasaki was the second city to be decimated by an atomic bomb, a city the size of Victoria. The men were off to war so the vast majority of the 150,000 killed were children, women and seniors. We did tour the ...
... Kokura, was abandoned because of smoke cover and Nagasaki was hit instead. They said that the wind generated by the bomb initially travelled 170 meters/second for the first km out. The blast wave reached 3.7 km by 10 seconds after the blast. The museum does an excellent job of portraying the damage done to both people and objects. Most everyone there was very quiet and reverent while going through the exhibits.
From there we went to the Suwa Shrine, or as ...
... parks was powerful enough. I wanted to get away and see how Nagasaki has rebuilt in over the years, and see what the modern city had to offer.
Again, I started by going up high to get a vantage point so hailed a taxi to take us over the river from town and up the mountain on the other side to an observatory 333 metres up. As before, it was a highlight with an even more dramatic view than Busan. It's certainly a more attractive city, they call it the ...
... 1945, it was hit by an atomic bomb sent by the U.S. which helped to end World War II. It was the second time in which the atomic bomb had been used against people. The first was Hiroshima. We went to the museum, which is nicely set up at ground zero. It was quite an experience to actually be in the spot where the bomb was most destructive. The museum was an emotional and learning experience as well. We saw before and after ...
... br> tell, and all so interesting. Lunch next at a rather strange Castle, not real
of course, but impressive, we didn’t eat in the building ,but at slightly
humble place to the side, the food was a buffet, and outstanding, Japanese,
which was as it should be, tried many things and it was all very good indeed..
Our guide Tomoko was excellent, she told us simply
everything, how they have no nuclear power any longer, plants shut down ...