Hotel Hafen Hamburg
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... overwhelming in terms of its animation and detail. I mean, they had over 225,000 figures, 230,000 trees and some multiple thousand vehicles along with lights and light effects everywhere. They had the overhead lighting on a 24 hour clock that cycled about every 15 minutes, so you could watch the sun rise, experience daylight, then watch the sun set and be night time. Then it would start all over ...
... d had a drink at one booth; Vicki was told she couldn't sit down unless eating so we moved on. At another booth, run by a Stuttgart hotel, we sat down and ordered some food, then we learnt from our waiter that it was the Stuttgart Wine and Food Festival, the Hamburg Fish Market had gone south to Stuttgart. This made the pavilions make a lot more sense, so we enjoyed local fare and the lederhosen dressed minstrels, guitar and accordion playing Jambalaya and Whisky In the Jar. ...
... breakfast at Brødflov! Gonna miss that spread! I debated buying the marmalade and shipping it home it was that good! After eating, we hopped on the metro to CPH Central Station. We had a good hour to kill so we just sat and looked through our photos. We met a guy named Mark who was from Dublin and had an internship in Denmark. He was super cool and gave us some tips. He's also been to UCSB and loved it there! After a short talk, ...
Went to see where they repair. Lufthansa and customer plans. Couldn't take pictures inside, but neat facility. Got up close to 747 being overhauled. Saw two 747 for a middle Easter rich guy, being outfitted. In all a cost of about a billion dollars. Enjoyed some free time in Hamburg Olster Lake. Rode on a solar powered ...
... Monday was a public holiday here in Hamburg, we have run into quite a few of these :) we went to another cathedral, St Nikoli. This was the tallest point in Hamburg and also completely burnt out from the WWII bombings. Unfortunately it was covered in scaffolding but we were able to visit a cool museum which gave us another perspective on WWII. Hamburg was air raided by the allied forces. This decision was made by Roosevelt and Churchill. The Germans were well set up to be ...