Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
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... here and many of the hostels are full of high school students, eager to practice their English, with easy laughs and a great sense of adventure. Many are biking around the area. This is probably one of the reasons why there is so little accommodation available in the best areas around. Organising Japan from this hostel is such a breeze, as there is a great level of English spoken making phone calls to Japanese hostels easy. I had a great time here. ...
... getting sick of pulling Marty up from the floor each morning. ;-)
The Bullet Train travels at a speed of 320 km per hour and this was a trip everyone enjoyed. Plenty of leg room for us tall westerners and a tasty obento box for lunch to eat during our trip. We no sooner got comfortable before we were arriving in Hiroshima.
After unpacking our gear at the hotel ...
... hotel. We were concerned that business = teeny, but we would soon see that this hotel, the Daiwa Roynet Hiroshima, was quite a gem. As usual we arrived at the hotel before check in, so we left our bags and charted our way to get to Miyajima. Recall we specifically changed our plans to arrive early enough today to see Miyajima, so we wanted to be sure not to miss it.
The journey started with backtracking to Hiroshima JR station. Instead of cabbing it, ...
... hypocenter of the blast and has been left as a stark reminder of what happened.
Following the park we headed to be the Peace Memorial Museum, along with what felt like every school child in Japan. Kids seem so well behaved and orderly here and your guaranteed a smile (and in Ish's case groups of giggling girls) if you reply to the many 'how are you?’ and ‘hellos’.
The museum was very interesting although not the most cheerful of ...
... are just divine. We then decided to head back to town to see the Hiroshima Castle. Osaka Castle has got us hooked on castles. On the tram back to Hiroshima we met a lovely lady who was on holiday from Singapore, and she made me laugh when she said that she just loved to come to Japan because Singapore has become so busy fast and hectic, and everyone is always in a silly rush! She bin reading that blog I reckon. She looked about 30 but said she was 43 or something. Age came up ...