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... and didn't show us any ill will as we wandered through the exhibit. The town itself has recovered completely, even bearing host to a baseball team that beat Tokyo's the other night. You truly get a strong sense of community being here - everyone looks out for each other and, in the end, everyone becomes stronger as a whole. That's a lesson even we Americans could do to ...
... is 16 meters tall and 20 meters wide. The side pillars are made of a solid camphor tree which at the bottom is 10 meters around. We proceeded to also tour the Itsukushima Shinto shrine first built in 593 AD. We were treated to a dramatic show that we could not understand at all and was as fast moving as drying paint. For lunch Minna had Okonomiyaki with shrimp. It is a thin pancake heaped high with shredded cabbage, cooked and inverted over ...
We woke one last morning to our stunning view. After packing up and checking out we caught another taxi driven by a suit, tie and white glove clad elderly cab driver. The rain pattered against our cab window both of use saying a silent thanks that we had a clear weather for our touring the previous day. We arrived at the train station and selected a Japanese Bento box of sorts to bring on the high speed train as our breakfast. ...
... as always) - Wendy and I talked about how useful a system like that would be in Canberra.
Now that we'd started to get the hang of things (and station names), we hopped off at our station and headed for the Starbucks that according to Google maps was close by. Wendy and Cindy had a hankering for a good coffee.
We thought we saw the Starbucks across the road from the stop, however when we got closer we realised it was ...
... memory. However, according to the Peace Museum, she did finish folding her 1000 cranes but when her wish did not come true, she continued folding more cranes.
There is a memorial to all the school children who had died from the effects of the bomb. They were mobilised to the drop zone straight after the bomb dropped to help in cleaning up the area and to help the more seriously injured. Every ...