Re: [76attendees] transport from Hiroshima airport to hotel

"Lu, Guang" <Guang.Lu@InterDigital.com> Wed, 04 November 2009 19:55 UTC

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Hello all, 

I need to take the shuttle bus from Hiroshima airport to Hiroshima bus
center. The IETF guide says to buy the bus ticket at the vending
machine. Is it possible to buy the ticket after we get on the bus? Our
flight from Seoul touches down at 8:05pm. The last bus to Hiroshima bus
center leaves at 9pm. It is pretty tight ... 

Thanks for the information,
Guang

> -----Original Message-----
> From: 76attendees-bounces@ietf.org [mailto:76attendees-
> bounces@ietf.org] On Behalf Of Rob Evans
> Sent: Tuesday, November 03, 2009 8:15 AM
> To: 76attendees@ietf.org
> Subject: Re: [76attendees] transport from Hiroshima airport to hotel
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> With apologies to those who are arriving by means other than Hiroshima
> Airport.
> 
> > The bus ticket vending machines in the domestic terminal did not
> > seem to accept credit cards. However, there is a shop right next
> > to the vending machines that sells bus tickets and takes credit
> > cards.
> 
> Just to reiterate this.  If you are a bit dim, like me, and arrive at
> HIJ at 20:35 without any Yen, there are no cash machines and no money
> exchangers open.  You will need to use a credit card to buy a bus
> ticket
> at the shop in the domestic arrivals terminal.  This worked fine for
> me.
> 
> The instructions on <http://www.ietf76.jp/access/#Bus-Center> were
> crystal clear for walking from the bus stop.  Where the bus pulls in,
> there is an escalator down to the road, turn right and walk down the
> street to the escalator.  In the subway, walk around the curved wall
> and
> continue south.
> 
> You will not miss the shrine mentioned in the walking directions.  If
> you think you have missed it, you haven't reached it yet!  It is on a
> major junction.  Turn left at that and the ANA is next door.  Arriving
> by night, you can also see the neon sign for the Sunroute on the right
> as you approach the shrine.
> 
> I will just add that the bus I was on stops once before it reaches
> Hiroshima Bus Stop.  If you see a supermarket called "Lawson," stay on
> the bus!  You will know when you reach Hiroshima Bus Station as the
bus
> takes a ramp up to the second floor (first floor for us Brits).
> 
> Thanks to everyone that has contributed to the local guides!
> 
> Now, to do a bit of exploration until Sunday. Nara looks interesting.
> 
> Rob (at the ANA until Saturday, then the Sunroute for the meeting
> itself)
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