Hotel Am Schloss Ahrensburg
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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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. ...
Holland is done, and now its time to move on. I needed to have a business meeting in Hamburg, Germany and so we packed up and hit the road. The trip was fairly uneventful apart from a mistake by "The ***** in the Box"....Garmin to some.....when she failed to tell us about some road works just outside Gronigen in Holland. These road works had closed the road and there were no signs giving us an alternative route. ...
... nibbles for us and some nibbles for Prego, bless her (she obviously couldn't smell poobacca!!) We even managed to request wasser für die hund and she was more than happy to oblige! We stayed here for a couple of drinks as the sun was shining and we were celebrating a new country. Back to the van for a scrub for Prego and a chill out before dins of leftover pasta and settling down for the new evening ritual of Prison ...
... a community worker so in love with their job!! Finally we were able to tear ourselves away and made our way to the info centre. With the long week-end over and mid-week, we were sure we wouldn’t have any problem finding a guesthouse. But alas-it was time for the harvest for the surrounding farms and all the accommodation was booked out for the workers staying in town! The girls were suitably unimpressed when they realised we had to camp again!
... of Hamburg. There are a range of exhibitions on Hamburg life, culture and urban development that give an insight into the evolution of this complex city.
This is a famous street in Hamburg's red-light district and also a centre of the city's nightlife. It is also called, in German die sündigste Meile (the most sinful mile). As well as the sex industry ...