Hotel St. Annen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... as their is a corresponding increase in car traffic on that day due to family outings. So there were just hundreds of these trucks parked with their drivers sitting out in front of the cabs with their lawn chairs and grills. Just seemed weird.
On the trip we decided that since driving the motorway wasn't going to be very enjoyable from a sightseeing perspective, we'd be better ...
... was actually early! John got some cash from the autogelt 20 metres away and we waited for the next bus. Eventually a bus came and we boarded. After a very short while we realised the tour guides German dialogue was about three times longer than his (hard to understand) English. When we reached the pier we alighted to take the harbour tour included in our tickets. After being told that we could find the one and only boat tour in English was on Pier 3 and left in an hour we ...
... out vibe, especially since we don't have a place to stay. Also there is some gathering of people, I'm assuming middle eastern, that are protesting and screaming about something. That scared the **** out of me and I wanted to get the hell out of there. Not having a great first impression of this city. After frantically trying to get out, we reach a road and start looking for hotels. The first three we come across are all booked. We next come ...
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 ...
... gallery only to find it is closed during July (middle of peak tourist season) for renovations.
So instead, we visit the Hamburg History Museum which has some excellent exhibitions on the growth of Hamburg as well as the history of the shipping and trade industry which has shaped Hamburg. As most of the exhibits are in German it was good that they provided us with audio guides in English which kept us entertained for some time.