Inasayama Kanko Hotel
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... s one of Japans top 3. All aboard by 4.30 today so we head back to the ship. We are soaked in perspiration and a little hungry ( although Glenn did have his customary coffee and cake) so a quick shower and up to level 14 for some lunch. The Australia Network which is on our cabin TV has the footy so we have been able to keep up with the AFL results and we watched the last bit of the Port game. A drink is in order to celebrate the win and to watch as we sail ...
... in Nagasaki we went for a stroll around the harbour and through the park. The harbour seemed very quiet, although there were a number of ships in docked. Back aboard the ship relaxing by the pool is lovely, waiting for sail away. We are a fair way up an inlet and there are a number of islands just off the coast so decided it would be nice to sit outside and watch us sail out bound for Busan, South ...
... in this case, Nagasaki. By the time we left the museum, we were in no doubt about what it meant and the utter devastation that it caused. I am not going to get into politics of war here or who was right and who was wrong. The museum is very much geared toward looking at the future but never forgetting what went before. The exhibits were profoundly touching and the stories of those who survived will stay with me forever.
... setting up companies like Kirin Beer and helping establish Japanese businesses such as Mitsubishi. The garden still has the original home of Glover and some other western industrialists. They are a hybrid of East and West, with American home on the prairie style decks but with very Japanese style roofs and tiles.
Nagasaki is a great city, it has a lot of boutique shops and restaurants and has a small canal running through with some of the ...
... with HUGE Buddha 觀音菩薩. Turned out this temple used to be the largest temple in Japan before being totally destroyed by A-bomb. What I saw is a rebuilt. Behind the temple are grave yards, which reminded me of 九份.
Most buildings are on hills in Nagasaki. The area very much reminded me of Keelung (port & mountains), and some of San Francisco (hilly part).