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... exactly how it looked the second it was impacted by the bomb and all of its inhabitants perished. It now stands as a powerful reminder of the devastation caused on one of mankinds' darkest days; with the rubble laying exactly where it fell, burn marks still showing on the walls and, when the rest of the city has been rebuilt in moderninityand where its past could almost be forgotten, the Dome ensures that it is not.
We walked on to the ...
... on the 16th floor so we can even see the water in the distance. After dropping off our bags we headed out to find Hiroshima Carp gear and get tickets to the baseball game. The Mazda Zoom Zoom Stadium is within walking distance of our hotel, so that was convenient! We got seats in the unreserved section...basically the section is the entire upper deck of the stadium, minus the first 10 rows or so. Before sitting down we got some Carp gear and took a spin around the concession stands. ...
... with Yasuda san, a local farmer was like watching him with an old farming friend, friendly shoulder jabs and high-pitched laughter included. After a roundhouse tour of Ashoro, getting a chance to see the town that is my second home and some epic renditions of CCR and the Beatles at Karaoke, a Japanese party must-do, my mom and dad and I set off for the South of Japan. My plan was to
drop my parents right in the heart of the ...
... lovely - I can't imagine how amazing it must all look in a few weeks time......we will just have to come back again, in November next time !!!! We found a temple so Rick was in heaven once again, so to speak ! It had a magnificent view and was very serene. Not as many people made their way up the hillside. It really was worthwhile, beautiful views of all the maples and conifers on the mountainside but also out to sea and back to Hiroshima. I bought some lovely Japanese ...
... In the museum there were real objects from the bombings and even fingernails that were mutated from the attack. One man even started to grow blood vessels in his nails! The bomb was the first ever Atomic attack and the full impact on humans is still unknown today. One famous story from this day is of Sakara who unfortunately received cancer as a result. Her mission while spending 8 months in hospital was ...
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