Nagasaki IK Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... in case of rain this would protect a bit. Realised to late, that railway bridges can be extremely loud, until midnight nearly every five minutes a bomb seemed to burst above me, anyway, at least there was no hotel bill for it.
Since Monday, I am now in Nagasaki, over land, with a ferry and finally over many hills to climb, I reached this city, which I can explore for one more day, before turning down south towards ...
Today I was all ready to exploit my last rail pass day and got up early at 6.45 and headed to Iwakuni. After getting very lucky I got the bus to and from the bridge just in time to meet my connection froward a Nagasaki afterwards. Iwakuni bridge is a 5 arched bridge that creates a ripple effect across the river and really isn't like anything I've seen before and is so typically Japanese in style(see photos). Unfortunately it ...
After a couple of great days in Osaka it was time to head south once again in the fast train all the way to the bottom of Japan. Nagasaki is infamous as the second city after Hiroshima that received the second and last Atomic Bomb that officially ended World War Two. Nagasaki is also famous with its rich Portuguese and other European history as it was used as a trading base in the 16th to 19th century that has influenced some of the ...
The highlight of our visit to Japan came the next morning when we arrived in Nagasaki, our final stop in Japan. Nagasaki is very much like a small San Francisco; a city with steep hills on all sides with a large bay whose entrance is spanned by a large suspension bridge.
But of course Nagasaki is ...
... as Gunship or Gunboat Island. Hashima is about the size of a football pitch and used to be home to over five thousand coal miners and their families. The mine was worked from the end of the nineteenth century and eventually closed in 1974 as it became unprofitable. What's left on the island is the decayed ruins of it former utilitarian, concrete community. The island is also famous for featuring in the latest James Bond film Skyfall as the base for ...