Kure Morisawa Hotel
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... the tram up only to learn that wasn't the top of the mountain!! So I hiked another km pretty much straight up or so it felt. I was beat by the time I got up to the top of Mt Misen! I spent some time up there, mostly resting and reflecting on my day. Then I went down. I made my way back to the ferry after doing a bit of shopping. Lots of great little shops and not much room in my luggage! I got back to my room around 530 and put my aching feet up! Now I am ...
... room also featured a TV and a massage chair, also known as the death chair. The massage chair was so uncomfortable it felt more like it was trying to cause pain then relief. I braved it for 15 minutes hoping it would eventually start to feel good but I was mistaken. It was simply a chair of pain, causing my back to contort in uncomfortable positions as it felt like wooden poles were jabbing me in the back. At least the double stacked futons made for a comfortable sleep. ...
... pace did quicken slightly. Once we were out the other side we came across a dual carriage road with a park running down the middle. This lead towards the a bomb museum so we started heading that way. Not far into the walk we saw a very nice looking little Italian restaurant with a complete open front so we decided to sit down and treat ourselves to nice, posh meal. We ordered spaghetti with prawns and tomato sauce and a margarita pizza. They were unbelievable, ...
... a symbol for peace and a lot of conferences and meetings are held here as a result. It makes you understand just what a nuclear war could to do the world i.e. end it, especially as the developments today are thousands of times more powerful now and bombs tests in other places have had significant health impacts on plenty of other people around the world. It was very sad, therefore, to note that there are still a number of 'nuclear countries', UK being one of ...
... fancy toilet (which now we knew how to use) was present. The beds were a bit on the hard side, but we endured. Japanese hotels do a nice job of providing all of the toiletries needed -- right down to toothbrushes and toothpaste in addition to shampoo and soap -- so little need to bring your own essentials. Of course all hotels provide slippers and robes (yukata). More on yukatas later...
Tomorrow we had back East and start our highly anticipated visit to ...
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