Kure Hankyu Hotel
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... started at my hotel.
Canal City is a very large shopping center which has a canal running between two of the buildings. There were six floors, and impressive architecture. The floors were riddled with some American stores like H&M, Diesel, Columbia, The North Face, etc. I walked around here for a while, as it was very nice. At one point there was music outside between the two buildings, and a fountain below was, I guess we'll call it squirting, to the music. ...
... were above ground (they're everywhere and very noticeable) and we said we thought it was due to earthquake risk. She said yes, and that they were concerned because a scientist has recently said that there is a 70% chance of a huge destructive earthquake happening within 30 years. It must be pretty scary to love with the threat of earthquakes all the time. We also asked why lots of people wear little white masks which we thought was mostly common in China and she said ...
Booked two nights immediately i Hiroshima. First night I just took a long shower, threw my underwear, went out to eat and than go to sleep. Man, it was awesome to shower and EAT!
Today I found a solution for my money issue. My parents have sent money, using Western union and I can go to any of their agency and get cash in my hands. I will do that tomorrow in Osaka. Finally I can enjoy my vacation.
I went ...
... and a theater stage, all connected by boardwalks and supported by pillars above the sea. Miyajima is a place I could have spent a lot more time at. I imagine it to be quite a popular vacation spot in the summer. Not only is it known for its shrines and temples. It's a well known recreation area and home to an aquarium, museums and a craft centre. There's also the deer. They're everywhere. Just hanging out. You don't bother them. They don't bother you. We ...
... and walking through the town of Hiroshima and the reconstructed Hiroshima castle, we took a train over the an island off the bay called Miyajima. Here, the deer are so peaceful that they are not afraid of humans and will allow you to pet them and walk along the streets among the many tourists as if they are tourists themselves!
Miyajima is known for its famous shrine in the water. At high ...
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