Iwakuni City View Hotel
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... quickly where a wedding ceremony seemed to be held in a private room and started looking for something else to do.
We found ourselves in front of a map of the area and decided to tackle Mount Misen, an easy hike according to Steve who we met earlier in the Hiroshima hostel common room. Estimated to take 90 minutes, it was suggested by Steve that it would only take that long if you walked at Grandma pace. The mountain only peaked at 535m, so how ...
After several lazy days in Osaka, we took the bullet-train to the city that needs no introduction, unfortunately - Hiroshima.
Due to the weather, the trains were super late (for Japan) and we ended up sitting in a reserved seat although our ticket was not reserved.
Hiroshima has no metro so we took a street car to the hotel, checked in and got upgraded. Again, we were assigned a smoking room which we immediately switched.
We visited the memorial museum ...
... Never taking things for granted, helping others out and submitting themselves to a way of no violence. Lives were lost, people living in pain; is this what we want? Their skin was so melted and burnt it hung down touching their legs. They looked like zombies. They came in contact with the bomb and now their whole family line is going to have mutations and disablities. Or, they might not survive another day. Radiation can kill. Just like bombs can
... erect, side by side, with their arms straight by their sides, bowed to the bus. I began to learn...
This weekend I visited the Kintai Bridge, one of Japan's most beautiful and famous bridges. Built originally in the 1600s of rock and wood, the bridge is a popular spot to visit. On the other side of the bridge is Kikoo Park, ...
... do you have beer as well?"..."Yes!" so we went in. It was quite a classy place with a very extensive wine list and cellar. I ordered a glass of Moët ($9) and a Lorry and Peter got Kirin beers. Peter had 4 huge BBQed oysters which he said were nice.
After that we did more shopping and bought 3 large handkerchiefs for mum ($10) and a Lorry bought 9 as gifts as they were very nice.
Then found a lovely place for lunch with panko prawns. When we went in there were ...
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