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Ship berths in the centre of town, perhaps a fifteen minute walk over flat ground. We took the obligatory tour to the Epicentre Bomb Museum and Peace Park and found it to be harrowing and up-lifting in equal measure. Next time we would do this ourselves. Very easy by public transport...trams.
Visited: Jan 02, 2017
War memorial a must see.
Visited: Nov 12, 2016
The trolley is a dollar and you can see the WHOLE city by walking or trolley. My favorite on the trip.
Visited: Apr 09, 2008
We went by our own and had time to visit all the places that we wanted.
Visited: Mar 22, 2016
It was interesting to visit Ground Zero & the Atomic Bomb Museum.
Visited: Sep 21, 2014
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