Kure Morisawa Hotel
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... development on the main island which is confined to the flatter land and immediate slopes. Japan is so short of land that they are trying to negotiate with the US to give up some of their enormous land holdings in their multiple bases here. I can understand the Japanese are conflicted having so much US military presence. On one hand they need it due to the close proximity of North Korea and China, but on the other hand it is hard to swallow when ...
... governing systems and rulers from the Samurai to the current prefecture system. We get back to the hotel after 1 and decide to try a little Boulengerie nearby. We are not disappointed and it was so reasonable! I've included a pic. After lunch we decide to hop onto a JR tour bus - a hop on and off and see what kind of trouble we can get into. We ride one route the entire loop and then hop onto the route and disembark in the middle of the downtown core. We then ...
This morning and afternoon offered very different experiences today. Having seen a bit yesterday, we were left with plenty of time to see the remaining attractions Hiroshima offers (without paying expensive fees to museums!). First up was the Peace Memorial Park, the only way to get a full sense of Hiroshima's harrowing history. We spent several hours in the park viewing as much as possible including the ...
... leaving the island we had time to buy some filled maple leaf cakes that were being made everywhere. Ours had chocolate inside but there were savoury options too. Back in Hiroshima we set off for the A-Dome, the local government building,that was partially destroyed killing everyone inside, when the atomic bomb went off on August 6th 1945. The building has been left as a reminder of the destruction of the bomb which caused the deaths of 140,000 people by the end of ...
... no longer climbing up Mount Misen with Struggle Mountain in its place. Getting to the top was the only way off Struggle Mountain so we pushed onwards. The lengths of our breaks started to increase and I led the pack at a slower pace as not to leave them behind. Alistair and David continued to push through as they reconsidered joining me to hike back down the mountain. A trail marker soon appeared for the observation deck and morale was raised; we were ...
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