Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg
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... recommended but it was about 45 mins walk, it was hard going as it snowed all the way and I was cold again, when I got there the area was nice, just an old shopping area with nice little coffee shops and shops selling local produce and crafts, I didn't hang about as the weather was awful so headed back to the hotel and collected my bag. It was now only 3.00pm and my flight didn't leave till 8.00pm, I was at a loose end so decided to head to the airport where at least ...
... other end, he wanted a photo of himself taken so I was happy to oblige, it turns out he was working on a container ship and waiting to join it as part of the crew but it was delayed for 3 days and he was taking in some of the sights, he asked me what ship I was working on, maybe the beard made me look like a captain or maybe the fact my coat had sailing coordinates and the words Arctic circle under them I don't know, I should have made something up and gone along with it but ...
... away. Not far away was the maritime museum, I went in and joined the short line of people waiting, I didn't mind as it was nice and warm inside. It cost €12.50 (£10.00 approx) and was well worth the money, it was displayed over 9 floors and all very well done, some of the larger exhibits had explanations in English but mostly in Deutsch, that didn't cause any problems to be honest. I was in there about 3 hours as there are so many exhibits to ...
It's a early morning flight to Hamburg, 7.30am from Birmingham airport so up at 4.00am and on the road for 4.30am. I was a little worried about the weather as snow had been forecast over night, I only saw a couple of flurries on the way to the airport so not as bad as they forecast thankfully. Arrived at the Airparks at 5.45 and quickly onto the bus, it's amazing how busy it is for so early in the day, the bus is nearly full, lots of people with ...
... make the crowd that came to listen to his speeches seem larger. Aaron and I went back the next day to do a tour of the inside of the Rathaus – it was the most luscious building I have ever been in. It has more rooms than Buckingham Palace. The entire walls in one room were wood panels hand carved by orphans, another room had huge leather hand carved panels on the wall, and some of the pillars were made out of 50% diamond, and one of the conference rooms had a ...