Iwakuni Plaza Hotel
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... her knees only long enough to reach her destination and then return to her knees to serve again.
The food was exquisitely presented and consisted of many different tastes , textures and colours. Most of the dishes I had never eaten before. I have never had a meal so sumptuous.
Returning to our room at the end of the meal we discovered that staff had prepared our beds in the room and moved the low tables to the ...
... with wardrobe etc, bathroom off there then the room off too. The room is big by Japan standards with a massive tv, desk, armchairs and king size bed. Happy days. It also over looks the peace park.
After a quick freshen up we headed straight out. First stop the Starbucks opposite for coffee and also mug number 2 for today (with Hiroshima on it....3 mugs in total so far!).... We then walked down to the Hatochobori area ...its a ...
... br> Today, Hiroshima has a population of more than 1.1 million. Automobiles are a major local industry, with Mazda's corporate headquarters nearby and the Mazda Zoom Zoom stadium, home of the Hiroshima Carp professional baseball team...another huge stadium is The "Big Arch"..home to Hiroshima Sanfrecce soccer team.
Along the river is the Shukkeien Gardens which has a long history dating back to 1620, just after the completion ...
... It was still a tradition today.
The final food item was procured on our way back to catch the ferry. All day Annabelle had been eyeing up the green tea ice-cream which, although not her favourite, had a really good quality green tea taste to it.
Having explored and spent our entire budget for the day we decided to head back into the city and get ready to move back up north. On the way back as we didn’t wanted a full ...
... the area. The whole place has a very solemn feel about it, and the statues and monuments are incredibly moving. We think the most 'upsetting’ statue is one called “Statue of Mother and Child in the Storm” which shows a mother attempting desperately to protect her children from the blast. We then entered the museum, which has a small entrance fee of 50 Yen. There was a video playing as we entered, and then the room is filled with a timeline around the ...
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