GHOTEL hotel & living
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I'm on a train! I'm also on a ferry! I love trains! I LOVE ferries! This is awesome! Okay. Now that I got that out if my system, here is an explanation... Today we are journeying north from Düsseldorf to Copenhagen. We are going by train and had a fairly tight connection in Hamburg before getting on the train I am currently (kind of) on. For some reason, that was probably explained ...
... down the entire length of the tunnel.
Nearby was ReeperStrasse which is famous for Hamburg's Red Light District. I had timed it to get here early evening to see the lights come on.
The side street is closed off so you cant look in. The sign says no women or ...
I don't know if they were damaged in WWII and if these are restorations but the architecture is very impressive as the reflections shimmer on the canals.
One of the buildings houses the Miniature World ...
... which I didn't want to wait for but you could still enter the main foyer.
... was firebombed during WW2. On July 23, 1943, a firestorm developed because of the Allied bombing, destroying 8 sq. miles and killing 42,000 people. We stopped at St. Nicholas church, which was briefly the tallest building in the world. It was destroyed in the firestorm and only the steeple remains.
We returned to the ship, went dancing, finished packing and had our last dinner aboard the Symphony.