Holiday Inn Express Hamburg City Centre
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Early start, an awesome breakfast and dressed in my wedding clothes I set out for the DVA offices for a meeting. Corinne stayed at the hotel and took herself out for a long walk through the streets of Hamburg.
The meeting was successful with some new work secured in Sudan over November after which I conned Corinne into another walk through the streets of Hamburg. ...
... So we ended up turning around and having to negotiate a complicated diversion.
We arrived at Hamburg at around 2.00 where we checked into the luxurious four star Maddison Hotel which had been booked for us by my business associates from DVA. Pure luxury after our bus. Our bus has a total of 4.5 square meters of living space, now we were thrown into 35 square meters. We nearly lost each other.
... Strand International, ACSI 581). Pretty basic with a toilet block only in the motorhome area and main facilities and showers etc. up the road and across the dyke but at 13euro a night, it's just what we needed for this quick journey breaker. We're off first thing so any special facilities would be wasted on us! It's the first one where we had an electricity meter... 50cents every so often so we've pumped in 1.50 and ...
... the Nazi Concentration Camps-Neungamme. Fritz Pfeffer, one of the people hiding with Anne Frank, was sent to Neungamme and died there in December 1944.
Prisoners at Neungamme made bricks, since Neungamme lies in marshland and the soil was perfect for bricks. Walther PPKs were also made there. The life expectancy was 9 months and about 50% of the 106,000 inmates died.90% were foreigners; of that 90%, 75% were Russian and Polish. They slept 3 to a ...
... Hamburg's main train station.
St. Michael's Church
This is one of Hamburg's five Lutheran churches and is the best known church in the city. It is a prominent landmark and also considered to be one of the finest examples of Hanseatic protestant ecclesiastical architecture. It is Baroque in style, with a copper-coated spire.