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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to it, the Upstairs Shrine. We climbed multiple long staircases to get up there. Seriously, a lot of stairs. A Japanese woman showed Emily and me the method of ritual hand washing performed prior to going in to the shrine and we did see a number of Japanese bowing at the entrance of the shrine. We then went to Kofukuji Temple. This was the first Obaku Zen temple in Japan, started around 1620. It has a massive red wooden gate at its entrance and some nice ...
... 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 ...
... green, the foliage is dense, and settlement doesn’t go too far back into it, it seems. Houses and buildings in general seem to be all very earthy colours, and so there is little colour around, tidy ,clean and organised as you expect. Pleased to hear the journey to Arita would be through and to , agriculture area’s, we passed through many tunnels, on our way, through dense woodland, ravines so thickly forested, conifers, so perfect and straight. ...
... best views in Japan and it's not hard to see why. You are looking right down on Nagasaki and it is breathtaking. All of the lights, the river and the traffic was just beautiful. You could climb up further to get a more 360º view. A camera couldn't do it justice. My socks were doing their job but it was cold so after a bit we caught the two buses back to the centre. We had considered going out amongst the alley bars for a bit but it wasn't close by so we decided just to go back to the ...