Bridge Inn Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... preferring instead to sneak off, have a chocolate bar and insert any random figure for, "number of climbs to the top." Uumm, fifteen?
Arriving at rehearsals in Cologne, I realised that I would need a whole new approach to the silks: a) because one of the numbers was a striptease and climbing these things with stockings on is like covering your naked body in oil and trying to climb back up a slip 'n' slide and b) because my bosses decided to try putting together a ...
... thanks to Annette, and we all really enjoyed the show.
There were clowns of course (we couldn't understand them but I’m sure what they said was funny), amazing trapeze artists, a roller-skating act that took me back to my childhood, a guy who could do some truly jaw-dropping juggling with soccer balls, a love story on a square of parallel bars between three guys and a girl, again taking me back to my younger years, a couple of strong men wearing jocks ...
... who never made it into a final??? Heavy sigh
Dinner seemed to be served just in time, as Spencer was becoming too successful, and it really was a beautiful meal. I even took a photo, which I rarely do with my food so thankyou again to Annette and Franz for working tirelessly all evening to prepare it for us. Dinner was supported by wine, beer, schnapps, and Lyndon’s head in the morning will surely be supported by the pillow. I will not support him for self-inflicted ...
... d had a drink at one booth; Vicki was told she couldn't sit down unless eating so we moved on. At another booth, run by a Stuttgart hotel, we sat down and ordered some food, then we learnt from our waiter that it was the Stuttgart Wine and Food Festival, the Hamburg Fish Market had gone south to Stuttgart. This made the pavilions make a lot more sense, so we enjoyed local fare and the lederhosen dressed minstrels, guitar and accordion playing Jambalaya and Whisky In the Jar. ...
... round trip!
Hamburg itself is Germany's second largest city with 1.75 million people and is its own city state. Germany has 16 Bundeslšnder (states). Berlin and Bremen are also city states meaning only the area around the city is included in the state, making them quite small, but rich. The city itself is surrounded by water. A series of canals, rivers and lakes made the city a natural choice to be a harbour. Hamburg has the largest port in Germany although ...