Kure First Hotel

Address: 1-5-8 Nakadori, Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 737-0046, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Kure Station area of Kure.
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Travel Blogs from Kure

Miyajima Madness

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 15, 2014

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I wasn't keeping an eye out on the time but when we finally reached the top it would have almost taken us the full estimated 90 minutes. I’m pretty sure we took the harder trail to get to the top, because it was definitely not 'more of a walk than a hike’ as described by Steve. We ascended some more stairs to get to the top floor of the observation post to reveal the ocean and surrounding islands. The view regarded as “one of the top ...

Travel to Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jul 24, 2014

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... stops in English. We just opened up maps and watch the blue location dot get closer then pressed the button! Very easy. We had reached our stop so Kayley helped wheel her suitcase to the front of the tram before Andy took it off. As Kayley got to the front, the tram driver actually got out his seat to go and give her a hand! In most places in the world you will just be watched, struggling until you got off, not here! We love japan... a lot! He sat back down when ...

Off to Korea!

A travel blog entry by amlwortley on Jan 06, 2014

This morning I had breakfast with Sydney Andrew then packed my bags and left Hiroshima to get down to Shimonoseki. My JR Pass ran out yesterday so I took the much slower local trains which in all took about 5 hours for me to get to the Port. It was so simple to get from the station to the ferry. I think I will miss how easy it is to travel in Japan. I am ...

An Emotionally Draining Day in Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 25, 2013

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... 5 square miles. The resulting fires destroyed nearly 70% of the city and killed nearly 100,000 people right away. Another 200,000 were killed later by injuries and radiation after-effects. Particularly poignant is that many of those killed were teenagers and those captured from Korea and China who were forced to labor outside by the government at the time of the blast clearing plots of land (essentially creating fire brakes) to prepare for traditional ...


A travel blog entry by threemonthsaway on Aug 11, 2013

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... do? They dress up in Kinonos and watch fireworks from the island behind the Itsukushima temple. The first site we visited and on the way to which we were wondering, why the trains and ferries are so packed. For a great view people camp there in the 40 degree heat. We did not quite make it to the fireworks, since we wanted to see the mainland part and ...