Park Side Hotel
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... cranes illustrated the story of a young Japanese girl who escaped immediate injury from the atomic bomb but later died from leukaemia due to the A Bomb's radiation. The museum also described the strength, courage and hope of Hiroshima after the bombing. Water service was never interrupted and tram service was re-initiated just three days after the attack. The actions of the tram employees had lead still to this day a strong affection for trams in ...
... d stored them in at the station - the lockers are everywhere and fairly cheap to hire. We managed to hire one locker for all of our bags for $5 a day.
After collecting our bags, we headed to the nearest Starbucks to kill some time, have a drink and a rest.
Eventually we managed to kill enough time to head over to platform and await the train to Osaka. It looked like we weren't the only ones to have underestimated the popularity of the ...
... We continued wondering around the garden, getting lost in quiet little alcoves with small ponds and quiet rest areas. This garden was surprisingly larger than most, with a number of small trails dotting pedestrians into secluded areas like these. After completing the main circuit of the park area we were starting to feel a little hungry and decided to head back to the hostel and get some dinner. Tomorrow would be a much harder, emotionally draining day and we need our ...
... they shouldn't, skin diseases and rashes, burns like I've never seen, mental impairments, physical impairments, the list goes on. We heard stories about the people directly hit being so thirsty that they wandered into the river and drown because they didn't know what they were doing. The pain from the burns was so intense that death was welcomed. We heard stories of people that were so thirsty, so insanely thirsty that they sucked the ...
Time for a complete change of pace. After another fantastic bullet ride we arrived in Hiroshima. Almost immediately, you sense that this is a more laid-back town. Our hotel was great, at the top of a conference centre with a view of the city and just a short walk from the Peace Park and Museum.
The first thing you see in the park is the A-Bomb Dome, one of the ...