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This Arlington, Virginia hotel is just minutes away from attractions in nearby Washington D.C. such as the White House and Iwo Jima Memorial. Situated just a few minutes walk from the Metro Station in Arlington, Hotel guests will have access to a va
Land of the Free, Because of the Brave: Iwo Jima. Remember one of the most profound moments in WWII history as the Marines raised the flag at Iwo Jima, and show your support for our troops. - Our ultra-soft basic t-shirt offers comfort, durability, and less shrinkage. With a wide range of size choices, men and women of all shapes and sizes will find their perfect fit. This t-shirt is not only fashionable with jeans or pants, but also is perfect for lounging around in your sweats or pajamas. 100% preshrunk cotton, Charcoal Grey is 50% cotton/50% polyester
This is the Nansei-Shoto chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. This appealing region offers two of Japan's least visited and worthiest outdoor destinations - the extraordinary islands of Yaku-shima and Iriomote-jima. Though they're increasingly popular with local outdoor enthusiasts, the islands have yet to take off among non-Japanese travellers. Get in quick! maps hike into the magical forests of Yaku-shima to stand in awe of the massive 7200 year-old Jomon-sugi transport restaurants accommodation bush-bash your way across Iriomote-jima, Japan's last remaining pocket of true jungle wilderness Coverage includes: Climate, Language, Environment, Planning, Getting to/from the Hike, Yaku-shima Traverse, Irimote-jima Traverse, Town & Facilities., ISBN: 9781741040722
This is the Chugoku chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. Short on mountains but big on attractions, Chugoku is a great way to come back down to earth. Stroll the beautiful Sandan-kyo gorge at Nishi-Chugoku-Sanchi Quasi-National Park. Explore Japan's largest cave system in the Akiyoshi-dai karst region and chill awhile at delightful Miya-jima. maps explore the lone volcanic peak of Daisen that rises majestically from the San-in coast transport restaurants accommodation enjoy the natural beauty of Miya-jima, complemented by its ancient shrines and temples Coverage includes: Environment, Climate, Planning, Gateways, Getting To/From the Hikes, Daisen, Sandan-kyo, Miya-jima, Towns & Facilities., ISBN: 9781741040722
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FLAGS OF OUR FATHERSOn the frontline there's no time for fear. For 70 000 marines who fought with bombs blasting and guns blazing the bloody battle for Iwo Jima was more than the turning point of World War II; it was the defining moment in their lives. In the epic that The New York Times calls a sweeping spectacle Academy Award-winning director Clint Eastwood taps into the single greatest emotional truth of warfare: soldiers may fight for their country but they die for their friends. Hailed by critics as a film of awesome power and blistering provocation an amazing fear. Flags of our Fathers is a powerful true story of heroism and bravery that should be shared and remembered.LETTERS from IWO JIMAFrom Academy Award winning director Clint Eastwood comes the untold story of the Japanese soldiers who defended their homeland against invading American forces during World War II. With little defense other than sheer will and the volcanic rock of Iwo Jima itself the unprecedented tactics of General Tadamichi Kuribayashi and his men transform what was predicted to be s swift defeat into nearly 40 days of heroic and resourceful combat. Their sacrifices struggle courage and compassion live on in the taut gripping film Rolling Stones calls unique and unforgettable.
This is the Mt Fuji & Around Tokyo chapter from Lonely Planet's Japan guidebook.Authentic country ryokan, ancient sanctuaries, hot springs, regional cuisines and cedar-lined trails are all within two hours of central Tokyo, as well as the symbol of Japan itself, alluring Mt Fuji. watching the sunrise from the summit of majestic Mt Fuji maps taking in old Edo's grandeur at the shrines and temples of Nikko transport flip-flopping between sandy beaches and seaside hot springs on the Izu Peninsula restaurants & accommodation Coverage includes: Mt Fuji & around, Fuji Five Lakes, Nikko & around, Gunma Prefecture, Mito, West of Tokyo, Takao-san, Oku-Tama Region, Hakone, Izu Peninsula, South of Tokyo, Yokohama, Kamakura, East of Tokyo, Narita, Ogasawara Archipelago, Chichi-jima and Haha-jima., ISBN: 9781742204147
This is the Okinawa & the Southwest Islands chapter from Lonely Planet's Japan guidebook.Japan's Southwest Islands are a nature lover's paradise. But spectacular nature is only part of it - they exude a peculiarly 'un-Japanese' culture. Indeed, the islands made up a separate country for most of their history, and the Ryukyu cultural heart still beats strongly here. soaking up the sun on one of the white-sand beaches of the Kerama Islands maps hiking into the heart of Yakushima to commune with ancient yakusugi trees transport diving with playful mantas off Ishigaki-jima restaurants & accommodation Coverage includes: Kagoshima Prefecture, Osumi Islands, Amami Islands, Okinawa Prefecture, Okinawa-honto & around, Miyako Islands and Yaeyama Islands., ISBN: 9781742204147