Novotel Hamburg City Alster
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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 ...
... 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 – ...
Another sleep in for us again, so another morning having a late breakfast with Annette. We eventually got ourselves organised enough to leave the house so we headed into town on the train to visit Miniature World. I must admit I really didn't think that I would enjoy it but was happy to go as I knew the kids would find it fun …. but it was great. The first section showed the same town through different eras, which was interesting to see. Then there was a section on how a town ...
... 8217;s roaming the Hanseatic countryside in the middle ages, the poor iron smith used best judgement. Instead of the features of one of nature’s most fierce predators that the town’s folk were expecting, the result was nothing more than an image of a slightly annoyed pussycat!
St Peter’s church tower stands at 132.2m high. The next church to be built, St Michaels, which we will be visiting shorty, in respect of St Peters, built their tower a few ...
... fine outside. We passed a few establishments then sat down at what looked like a restaurant with umbrellas and menus, when the waiter came over we ordered three beers and a coke, the man shook his head and announced they did not sell beer, we moved on. As we walked back towards the van the street became livelier, big cabaret signs and as Lucy called them hotties, lots of pictures of ladies of the night. We found ...