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Visiting the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

I finally could go to the hotel and leave my stuff before I going for my walk around the city center, but not without lunch, after that stressed episode I really needed to eat something, so I went to the first restaurant I saw! Italian! Shame shame… Though, it was a very interesting experience, Italian with Japanese ingredients, the veggies weren’t the most obvious ones, and of course it doesn’t taste the same. I was polite and I said it was good, but it wasn’t… I guess that’s how Japanese people feel when they go to Europe then eat at a Japanese restaurant. Though I was finally ready for the Peace Memorial Park, or so I though…

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Lost in Translation in Hiroshima and how technology help me

Have you ever felt like being in a movie? Unreal or odd situations, but still managing to end the day as the star when everything ends well? Well, in Hiroshima I completely felt like being in Lost in Translation…

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My trip from Tokyo to Hiroshima in one day

It was time to wake up, I get my phone and I see that it is 4:44, my alarm would ring in one minute, no need to try to sleep longer… I just had to get ready to go to Hiroshima. I had my shower, got my stuff and I went to the train station a bit afraid I could do the wrong turn somewhere, I did that path a few times with Elma and Max, but alone one can always do some mistake… It was fine.

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Districts of Tokyo, exploring the city in a few days

Every travel starts with the preparation, mine was close to none. I searched for places to visit in Japan, what to see, festivals, etc. And I wrote a draft of what I want to do, but I just did one booking and nothing else. Why? I never been in Japan, every single thing will be a new thing for me and it is impossible to see a country in just two weeks, so better chill out and enjoy the journey. At least for Tokyo I had some help, a friend would show me around some of the districts of Tokyo, after that I would be on my own.