BEST WESTERN Hotel Hamburg International
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... strand and is very popular as a Baltic holiday resort judging by the number of hotels, and big ones. On the grey windy day we visited the place was crowded.
Pride of place in Travemunde is the sailing ship Passatt, which One of the Flying P liner/ windjammer so which did the fast route around the Horn. They were steel hulled and built about 1910. Passatt was retired in 1959, one of her sister ships was the Pamir, which some of you may remember , ...
... and singing. I wouldn't have spent four years doing little else if there was but when you've felt the seductive brush of fickle danger, accidentally kicking the theatre ceiling lights while wrapping your body in preparation for a double-spinning hurtle to the ground, welllll, let's just say it's a kick in the teeth to stop. I now walk past the dusty acrobatics box almost every day; peering despondently through the plastic at the layers of folded silk and abandoned sticky ...
... Annette and she was as happy as a pig in mud. I choose not to take it personally, and at least Spencer was happy to stay sitting with us.
After the circus we considered our options for dinner and Annette had a suggestion of her and Holger babysitting the kids and us going out for dinner with Mali, a suggestion that we happily went with. The kids had a great time with Annette and Holger eating Annette’s bolognese, which I think they preferred to mine – ...
... right now. Basically it's a beautiful city. I was right that some areas survived the intense bombing that occurred during World War II. Quite a bit didn't however.
After these tours I went off wandering through the Elde Tunnel (which involved more stairs) and then up to the parks that stretch through the middle of the city. I was contemplating grabbing a beer, but the parks were so nice that I grabbed a coffee and chilled out with a book in the evening sun until the wind ...
... usually more general in my answer and say Melbourne. This isn't because I'm ashamed of being from Moe (centre of the universe), but more because at least the people asking would have a bit of an idea where it is. Besides, with the size of the world, it's only a bee's dick difference anyway. If probed further, such as a 'where about's in Melbourne?' question, I get a bit more specific and answer 'south east', which is where it usually ends. On this occasion, it didn't. Once it gets ...