Hotel New Hiroden
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Good location in walking distance to the train station. However, the shower is meant for a person less than 5'2" tall. The entire bathroom (toilet and shower) was really tight and not comfortable. We also couldn't get the temperature in the room right. The hotel is on the main road, so the traffic is a bit noisy at night.
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The overcast, chilly day didn't put a damper on our last adventure as a group. We walked to the train station and took a couple of local trains to Tadanoumi Port on the Inland Sea. We were packed in the trains like sardines for the first couple of stops until everyone got off near Mazda headquarters. It’s a common site to see young kids, …
The bullet train takes us this morning from Kyoto to Hiroshima. We drop our bags off in the hotel and take the public bus to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum. This was a very emotionally charging place with pictures, audio and displays of what happened on August 6, 1945 and the aftermath several months later. Just 15 minutes into the …
... Sasaki, who, whilst in hospital dying, strived to make 1000 origami cranes in order for her wish to stay alive be granted. There are now thousands of paper cranes surrounding the memorial, and we left two while we were there (although it took us quite a while to fold them!) We then walked to the A-Bomb Dome, which was one of the only things not obliterated by the explosion. After looking at a few other memorials, we left the Park and started making our way back to ...
The next day we had a bit of trouble getting up! But when we eventually got out of bed we headed to the Peace Memorial Museum. It was as harrowing as we expected to be but it was a very informative museum. The saddest part for me was the fact that part of the reason for dropping the bomb was that so much money had been spent developing it there needed to be an end result to justify the expenditure. We spent some time in ...