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... south. So we thought we would pull out and go to Kyoto earlier than planned, except we could not get an extra 2 nights accommodation at the same hotel we had already booked for 4 nights from Saturday. They are all booked out for tonight and other options were not that conveniently located, so we decided to stick with heading to Kumamoto. Just when we thought you didn't really need to book reserved seats for the green cars, the seats were ...
... of the Urakami Cathedral, a Catholic church built in 1895 and nearly completely destroyed by the bomb. This portion was relocated to the bomb site when the church was rebuilt in 1958.
We next went to the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. Here they do a good job of relating the history leading up to and after the bombing. They also have many artifacts from the bombing. I had never know that Nagasaki was the secondary, not primary, bomb target. The ...
... streets. I didn't get lost so got good marks on my tour guiding for the day.
Walking back streets on our own in more us, than seeing the main sights as that's where you get a feel for the place. It seemed every few metres Rachelle would be diving into another little shop, not to buy anything but just to nose around. I didn't mind at all, in fact I bought a new hat! Guys don't really browse, we shop. Girls seem to like just looking. I just liked ...
... 1945, it was hit by an atomic bomb sent by the U.S. which helped to end World War II. It was the second time in which the atomic bomb had been used against people. The first was Hiroshima. We went to the museum, which is nicely set up at ground zero. It was quite an experience to actually be in the spot where the bomb was most destructive. The museum was an emotional and learning experience as well. We saw before and after ...
gardens, tiny kitchen, which had been replaced since then …but a small
interesting place.. Walked through the back streets, seeing the homes, a lot
were restored and very old, the cemetery, where it was explained Families are
buried in a small tomb, after cremation, together for generations, and the
statues of refined Buddha’s at the entrance , with their red capes, because
they believe you cross the river to the ...