Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
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As soon as the passengers disembark from the train, the cleaners move in. They only have a few minutes to clean the whole train. There are only four to do 16 carriages and they do it so efficiently.
We boarded the shinkansen to Shin-Osaka station. That took about an hour or so. From there, we changed to another train to Hiroshima, arriving at 11.26am. We are staying at the Sheraton Hotel which is attached to the JR station ...
... noted that a great deal of information was copied directly from Wikipedia. Regardless, I found learning the history from the other side of history to be incredibly interesting.
After reading the “home made history” book cover to cover we left the atomic dome and headed towards the partially closed Hiroshima Peace Museum. The East Wing of the museum was closed for renovation (talk about my luck with museums being closed for renovation) however the ...
... into the first little local cafe we could find. Although there was no menu at all we were lucky that they did a great Japanese style burger set, with very tasty beef patty, miso soup, salad with prosciutto and wedges - awesome! We got on back on the train just after midday and went through Hiroshima and 30 minutes beyond to Miyajima-guchi station. A short walk later and we were at the dock where we boarded a waiting JR ferry, which meant it was included in our JR rail ...
The food is interesting - if you know what to order its great; I ordered what the people on the next table were having in a Japanese restaurant and it was fine but the noodles arrived cold! When they brought me back some warm ones they were in a bowl with liquid.......Ivan ate them! Have had some lovely chicken squewers and we went to a French restaurant mmmmmm melt in mouth steak! ...
... there we headed by ferry to Miyajima Island, a site with a giant orange gate off its coast and lots of deer hanging out with the tourists (at least as exciting as the gate--one was wearing a hat and sunglasses). At night we hung out at the hostel and did some major planning. We had planned to take a ferry from Fukuoka to South Korea the next day, but this would have put us directly in the path of an incoming ...