Hotel Polo Hamburg
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... small cube built at the end of the Sandtorhafen, with cool speakers playing pre-recorded symphonies and photos inside documenting the current development. I'd be surprised if the residents of the city still have any hope of it opening after 7 years of bad news.
After walking through the Speicherstadt (Storage City), we stopped for a quick drink in alleyway cafe before heading towards the town hall. We got some great shots in the centre ...
... front where we could see the theatre buildings for "Das Wunder von Bern" (The miracle from Bern), a play about Germany's 1954 World Cup win in Switzerland and "Der König der Löwen" (The Lion King). Hamburg is a popular destination for theatre productions like Melbourne or New York both are.
We caught the U-Bahn back to the hotel and got ready for the soccer game. We joined the masses of supporters on the S-Bahn to Stellingen Station and when ...
... 110kms up the Elbe River from the North Sea.
We walked into town along the Spitalerstraße Mall and had a look in at a few shops. After lunch we noticed the large Stadtfest happening all around the Binnenalster and went to take a quick look. Right next to the Binnenalster is the Rathaus (town hall), which is absolutely huge and really reminds me of the one in Brussels.
No wanting to stray too far from the train station we looped down to the Zollkanal ...
... We then went and had a yummy meal at a restaurant and chatted for ages, and before we knew it, I had to quickly get to my gate with only minutes before closing! Lena and I were both crying so much! I really am going to miss her and her family so much! We have had such fun together, and I can't wait to see her again, hopfully soon!! As I then went through the baggage check, I got stopped! First time all trip! All because I ...
... tourist tee-shirts, beer steins and other trinkets of Hamburg. The crowds were thick and we found a band playing inside the Fischmarkt building which was full of tables and mostly stalls serving beer!
The morning has brought drizzling rain with the occasional break but on our return from the markets we decided not to head out until it clears up. By lunch time it was looking better and we took the train to Kunsthalle which is the ...