Hotel Am Stadtpark
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the silks with my partner. We spent the first six weeks attempting to make my descent from the top look less like a dinosaur hatching out of an egg (his eloquent words, not mine) and more like a beautiful goddess emerging from the clouds. Of course, that mission was just barely accomplished and performed a measly two times before they realised the safety certificate on the aerials had expired a month previously and it could be a good idea to oh, say stop climbing ...
... away from her balanced on more and more fronds. I took a photo of the near end result but it really doesn’t capture the skill, strength, patience and concentration required to do this act, it was just amazing to watch. Then after balancing all of this on her head the woman carefully put it down, walked around and removed the feather from the end and the structure toppled over. So very clever!
At intermission Lil swapped seats so that she was sitting with ...
... of planes take-off and land, as well as the taxi depot. The last one we could tell wasn’t real though as you would never see that many taxis waiting at a depot!! I think Lyndon’s favourite part was the massive, open air concert …. as he spotted a girl dancing on someone’s shoulders with her top off!! Perve!
There was so much to see we could have stayed for hours but when Lil was given the choice of staying longer or getting home in time to see Mali ...
... in my opinion. It was certainly hard to imagine the waterways in winter when they turn to ice and can be used for ice skating.
Annette had packed some drinks and a home-made cake that Mali had baked, which we enjoyed for afternoon tea. Mali obviously learned this from mum number one as I doubt she would have seen me bake in her year living with us!
Then it was back in the car for a sightseeing trip around Hamburg. It was a really great way to see the city, not having ...
... are to big and not really good quality. I've found a supermarket that sells campingaz but they don't sell cookers. I decide to go to the library, go on Internet in search of an outdoor shop. I can actually use the Internet computer for free, for one hour! Go Buxtehude! The closest outdoor shop, not in Hamburg, is in Lüneburg. Bummer, this is quite a bit out. I head back to the supermarket and ...