Michaelis Hof Hotel
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... a lot of history and the buildings are old. Its interesting to note that in spite of the city having been severely bombed by the allies during the war, the three cathedrals, which sport tall spires, were never hit or damaged. Must be a divine force at work.
After a couple of beers at our lighthouse boat we returned to the hotel for another awesome supper with real ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... so we went to find it and got lost about 3 times…we ended up walking back down the Reeperbahn and getting burgers from the place that was closest to our hotel anyway!
We got up at about 5am this morning because our travel agent had emailed about the issue with our return flight home. After seemingly sorting that out I had to pack again. After breakfast we checked out and caught a train to Hamburg Hauptbahnhof (central station). We left ourselves a lot of time ...
... car park of the motorway service station( a designated free camping stop in our book.) At least 6 other Motorhomes with us, and we slept well with the continuous roar (not hum) of the motorway nearby.
John went to investigate the servo next day and discovered they put on a Smorgasbord brekkie better than a 5 star hotel, for coaches, truckies and anyone else. Pity we had already ...