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

Martin Hoffmann <martin.hoffmann@telio.ch> Tue, 03 November 2009 10:32 UTC

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From: Martin Hoffmann <martin.hoffmann@telio.ch>
To: Ole Jacobsen <ole@cisco.com>
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Subject: Re: [76attendees] transport from Hiroshima airport to hotel
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Ole Jacobsen wrote:
> 
> By the time you get to/from the airports at either end and in time for 
> regular check-in, you will have spent about the same time as just 
> taking the train. Tokyo --> Hiroshima on a Nozomi is about 3:47

A suggestion for those who have an early flight back from Narita and
feel adventurous is the Sunrise Seto overnight train. You'd leave
Hiroshima at 21:50, change to the overnight at Himeji at half past
eleven, and arrive in Tokyo at 7 in the morning.

Various types of accomodation are available:

   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunrise_Seto#Accommodations_and_fees

With a Type B sleeping compartment, prizes should be at Nozomi level.

Regards,
Martin