GRESHAM CARAT HOTEL HAMBURG
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... tak jakoś znienacka i podstępnie. I nagle okazuje się, że trzeba zajrzeć do lodówki i skonsumować lub utylizować wszystko, co podczas tych trzech tygodni naszej nieobecności mogło by zacząć żyć własnym życiem. W moim przypadku ukoronowaniem dość urozmaiconej kolacji - już na lotnisku - staje się konsumpcja jednego litra kefiru, popicie przeterminowanym o dwa tygodnie smoothiem i zalanie całości ...
... 10 am for the harbour by train, to do the
Maritime Tour we missed out on the previous day. It was a simple exercise to
purchase tickets, find the right train and platform and arrive safely at the
harbour. The fun was about to commence, we boarded the bus and were told in no
uncertain manner to get off as tickets were a day old. We stressed that
yesterday the bus had broken down and we were ...
... dotted the skyline. When containers became the norm for transporting goods, a large number of the old wharves became obsolete. One area is being converted into exclusive residential apartments. Another, which had grand storage warehouses has become offices and shops, as residentail conversion was not considered safe due to the very real liklihood of flooding.
After the tour, into the lower side of town and found ourselves in little Portugal. Loads of restaurants and ...
... ve seen. In fact, unlike any other German town we've seen.
Luneburg sits atop a salt dome that was mined until 1980. Due to the cumulative impact of the salt mining, there was serious subsidence in one area which necessitated the demolishing of some houses and a church. However, its *************cile the subsidence with the extensive misalignment of walls, doors and windows throughout the majority of the old town.
... He must do alright because he even has his own signed cards! All the hustle and bustle was good to see, but seating was limited. So we found a cafe outside the crowds and sat down for a large coffee.
Rainer was keen to jump on the ferry and Steffie wanted to see the Speicherstadt. So we caught a few ferries over to the Elbphilharmonie, a moster of a building at the end of the Speicherstadt and a symbol for greed and uncontrolled ...