Hotel Am Dammtor
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... but we were able to figure it out after only one loop around the whole thing. We are a little sad about the end of the road trip but I think Erika is pretty okay with not having to drive anymore. Also... Our road trip being over means that the next big section if our trip is rapidly approaching! We are headed to Copenhagen to catch our flight to Africa in two days! This is real ...
... end there were nice views of the river boats. However the area beside was quite undeveloped, and not somewhere you would want to hang around, especially at night.
My friend that lives in Hamburg explained the lift is free for cars. They are allowed to go in one ...
It was actually quite large over two floors. Far from being a childrens museum the vast majority of visitors were adults from all age groups.
It was divided into different regions of Germany as well as Europe ...
Today was a beautiful warm sunny day to explore Hamburg. The first impression was how overrun it was with people. It felt like being inside an ant colony. It was also more multicultural with many different nationalities.
I got ...
... inside was still open and we grabbed a corner booth for some nice Spanish cuisine. It was really good although I had only been to one Tapas place in Australia before.
Sadly the long weekend draw to a close on Monday, but we got in one more big breakfast at a cafe called 'Frank und Frei'. Rainer headed off to do laundry, while Steffie and I checked out and met up with my friend Martina at the train station. She was up in Hamburg on holiday ...