Hotel Okura JR Huis Ten Bosch
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... time, then an arrangement to meet a friend in Yamaguchi made me add another day.
The trip to Yamaguchi, and that has to be said for most rides in Japan, goes from city to city, from red light to green light..... But traffic is very smooth, the roads too.... Sometimes miss now the potholes and craziness!
Stayed in Yamaguchi in a fairly luxury hotel, where I meet Felicitas which Elisabeth and myself know since our time ...
... the 250 year period and many Christians were crucified for continuing practising their religion. However, Christians managed to continue to practice in secret suiting this whole period so there are now many churches present in Nagasaki which seems very odd as they have not been present in any of the cities I have visited so far. Later on in the afternoon I visited Glover garden which displays a number of homes from the ...
... the transfer time in Karatsu, the rail trip takes 2 1/2 hours each way, so it was a lot of travelling. I was glad I had researched the departure and arrival times of each train, and the names of all the stations along the way. These are rural train lines, with little in the way of English signage. Some stations have only one English station name sign, and it's easy to miss that depending on where the train stops along the platform, the sun angle, ...
... More are still being added. Streamers of a thousand colorful paper cranes again represented the desire for a long and peaceful and can be found all around the area. The huge statue peace has much symbolism. The hand point skyward addresses the threat of nuclear weapons, the flat out reached hand represents eternal peace. The face is supposed be a combination of a Buddha and Jesus, meaning that the desire for peace should be over ...
... to ships staff and “came home”. Meanwhile Barbara went back to the terminal shops to “surrender” her remaining yen.
During our sail away, those passengers lining the promenade deck rail were treated to a rousing performance presented by a local high school band – sadly we missed this as dinner was being served at the same time.
Farewell Japan, thanks for the wonderful memories.
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