Holiday Inn Hamburg
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... the building is supposed to house the city orchestra, but cost blowouts and construction delays mean that it still isn't finished. It was supposed to cost 241 Million Euros and be finished in 2010, but four years later and it still isn't finished. The current estimate is an opening in 2017 at a total cost of 789 Million Euros! I can't imagine what a room at the hotel there will cost!
The only part of the Elbphilharmonie, which is actually open ...
... there were a few temporary beer gardens set up to cater for all the passers by with techno music to boot. There weren't any toilets around to cater for the mass of beer and Jägermeister drinkers, but there was a pissoir (pisshead) for the men.
Because it was a 20 minute walk to the stadium, people were buying cans of beer for the journey. The walking path was flanked by trees and standing on the sides were opportunists with open bags waiting ...
... was also quite nice. I tried the cod and Steffie and Carole tried the fried eel wrapped in bacon. Rainer tried a bit of everything!
As we were leaving we noticed that the cruise ship Aida Luna was hauling anchor and setting sail. It was pretty cool to see the ship being turned around in front of us before heading off to see. Hamburg ist das Tor der Welt (Gateway to the World) and there are many cruise ships that come into harbour here. A cool way to end the day!
... 2 bags, which obviously I wasn't aloud to do. The checkin guy suggested we go wrap the 2 bags together with the glad wrap machine, and it was only €7 so that was cheap! We then rushed back to the same guy to ensure he would allow us to check it in! Which thankfully he did! Although the glad wrap added on a few grams, he was so lovely to have let this happen for me rather than me having to pay €50 for being ...
... in Amsterdam I didn't feel it was necessary. Needless to say on exiting the church we headed in that direction. I've seen parades before, and I've seen drunken festivals that get a bit loose. But I've never seen anything like the party going on the Reeperbahn Street that afternoon. From what we were told this was an annual event where everyone dresses up in clothing from the 70's....and smashes bottles on the street. This was a wild event. ...