Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
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... films like Pearl Harbour and learning about World War II, therefore there was no way I was coming all the way to Japan and not going to Hiroshima (Nagasaki was a little too far for only a weeks travelling, although if I come back that is on the list.) It would be like going to China and not seeing the Great Wall.
We decided to do the Museum and gardens on the way to the train station, and I'm glad we did. It was nice to see the ...
... making announcements to drink water. It was important because with all those people, there were even more lines and waiting inside the castle (which as you can guess, does not have air conditioning). I started at the main keep which was six floors high and they shuffled you up these really steep staircases all the way to the top. There was not a lot to look at inside the castle, but the view out the top was fantastic. I preferred being outside, though, because the view ...
... are layered rather than mixed. The layers are typically batter, cabbage, pork, and optional items such as squid, octopus, and cheese. Noodles (yakisoba, udon) are also used as a topping with fried egg and a generous amount of okonomiyaki sauce.
The amount of cabbage used is usually three to four times the amount used in the more common Osaka style. It starts out piled very high and is pushed down as the cabbage cooks. The order of the layers ...
... something that sounds like a lot of fun and I am excited for this new experience.
Eating doesn't seem as important to me as to most travelers, so I don't talk it about it much. I just enjoy trying the local food, often without knowing what I am eating.This menu is something to mention, though.
The breakfast will include rice, it seems all of Asia uses rice as the main dish. There is a soup served and varieties of pickles. Fish, usually salted ...
Soon tired! Got to the island around 9:30. Perfect timing for high tide. The red torii in the ocean. Very cool. Lots of photos. Then went over to the shrine (the main one?). They started a ceremony of some sort but we only watched a little. Made our way to the bus stop for the rope way to the the top of Mt. Miser. Had some sweet potato ice cream. Eh. Had to walk up a small semi steep hill for the bus. After the bus ...