Heikotel - Hotel Am Stadtpark
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Yesterday was a long long day! Although it would have been longer and harder for everyone else as they had a crossing to contend with! After a lovely few days in devon visiting family I was finally on my way. After a while in the que to get on the ship, me and Beth who I had met previously on Facebook were told to help pack down all the shops as we are having a refit, it took us all day! We went ...
... at 5. Or this week, while I have them alone, we get on the train and get home sometime before 6. Like I said, every day is different! Dinner is normally somewhere between 6-7:30 depending on when we get home. Everyone helps cook, set the table and clean. After dinner, the kids play or watch a little bit of TV until it's time to get cleaned up, into their PJ and ready for school the next day. Bedtime is supposed to be at 8:15, but ...
... up. Breakfast went smoothly and we were all cleaned up and ready to go by 7:30! Even the trip there was easy. I didn't expect to get off this easily and I was right.. After school was a bit of a battle with Laura (the oldest). Complaining and whining ensued because I didn't allow them to play after school. I know, I know.. I'm a terrible au pair! BUT the reason for not being able to play today was because ...
So, I got to go to the fischmarkt (fish market) today! This is extremely famous in Hamburg and I'm really happy I got to go on the first weekend I was here. Jutta left town Saturday, so it was just Rüdiger, the kids and I. Since the market opens up so early, we had to get up at 5:30 and left a little after 6. It was already packed by the time we got there, but it was really awesome (and cold!). Of course there is a lot of fish sold there, but there were also ...
... on the corners. The state health care even takes care of them. There is also a window shopping road with women, only men can go down. If women do, at least in the old days, got a bucket of the girls **** thrown at them. That's disgusting. The whole area is kind of strange to me, but it was nice to hear a locals opinion about it. It's not entirely all bad because it has a lot of nice bars that college students come to drink at. We were talking about Detroit and this ...