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... out as the train would stop at every station on the way to Himeji. How long could that take? As it turns out that when it says stops at every station I didn’t know it meant stop for 10 minutes at every station. And it turned what should have been a 30 minute ride into an hour and a half long. I knew from my previous train that the rapid services don’t stop at most of the stations so I was stuck on this train. I finally arrived at my station with only just over an ...
... just hopped on the next tram back to the hotel.
We found a cute little restaurant for dinner that evening - most of these restaurants only have about 5 or 6 small tables. They kind of remind me of small taverns like those found in the Harry Potter series - but they serve Japanese food and beer instead.
The restaurant food was really yummy - though I was a feeling a bit low that night and was a little grumpy. Sorry Cindy ...
... build of the atomic bomb, but he was instrumental in facilitating its development: the letter to the USA president Roosevelt
Early start today to get the subway to make our bullet train from Shin Osaka station.
1.5 hrs later on a very swish train and we were in Hiroshima to explore to the 2 main tourist site; Itsukushima and the Peace Park.
Firstly we went to Itsukushima Island which is an island just of the city so we got the ferry across and had a walk around the ...
... first bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6 and the second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki on August 14, 1945, after which Japan unconditionally surrendered.
While at Pearl Harbor a few weeks ago, I stood on the "surrender deck" of the USS Missouri battleship where the allies accepted the unconditional surrender from Japan.
Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park
The park covers 120,000 square meters. Before the atomic bomb was dropped this was ...