Camp Reinsehlen Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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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. ...
... checking out all the fancy stuff like showers, toilets and beds we walked down the harbor with our host Matthias, for a few pre dinner drinks. The pub we went to was on an old light ship. The ship is essentially a moving lighthouse that was used in the past to mark the ever shifting sandbanks for ships at sea.
And so back to the hotel for a very fancy three course supper and bed in a proper bed. Very ...
... all electricals in the morning if there's anything left! We chose our spot then headed out for a wander. Prego loved the freedom after being cooped up for a long journey. She celebrated by rolling in sheep sh*t!! A pleasant little walk then a visit to the local drinking hole with the sommerterrasse. We were greeted by a lovely little Frau who spoke no English but we managed just fine. She brought out our drinks along ...
... Sooo they had six cats and four kittens! I like cats but that was a little excessive! Haha it was ok though most of them were scared of us anyway. We were very looked after there, always offering us drinks and they made us a Sudanese meal for dinner! So nice! On Friday Carola offered to drive us out to the little town of Gladigau which was our whole point of being there. It was only a 20 minute drive. We were left there to explore for a couple of hours. The town is tiny! ...
... is left to reflect its medieval history.
The balcony from our apartment, overlooked a very impressive building whose architecture resembles an early 19th century building. It was in fact only opened in 2006! It was built by a successful Hamburg businessman who wished to erect a building reflecting the traditional architecture. The building was named after a famous Buccaneer who with his pirates ambushed merchant ships of the 14th century, ...