Ibis Budget Hamburg Altona
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... that split second when I knew I was falling but I still had some control left over the bike, I had to decide which one I wanted to hit. I chose the wall. After i fell, I was in such a position where I was trapped by the bike and couldn't really move, so I had to look at kirsa and try, in german, to say can you help me, i'm stuck.
Second attempt: Much better, managed to get on and everything was good. I went a little bit down the road and I heard Kirsa yelling, I just ...
... Germany. We thoroughly enjoyed our guided tour - thanks to Martin who knows the city backwards, and returned early in the evening. It is interesting to note that sunset is around 4:30pm and sunrise around 7:30am. This takes a bit of getting used to for us! And then, we were treated to another fantastic gastronomic experience with dinner. Miriam's daughter Relana and son-in-law Joe came for dinner as well. We had a lovely ...
Hamburg was pretty cool. We were there for only 3-ish days, and didn't do a whole lot other than walk around a bit.
Hamburg is a city that (like Berlin) embraces the artistic aspects of graffiti. It's everywhere. That being said, the city is quite beautiful, with some ...
... or Danish, the train drove onto a ferry! We then had to go upstairs to the main decks while we make "the crossing". We get to hang out for about 40 minutes on a ferry while we cross some body of water that might be the Baltic. I'm unsure. I can't find a map on this ferry anywhere. It's a big ferry. 142 meters long to be exact. The whole train fits in here and is two decks below ...
... stones, small brass stones that are placed outside the former houses / apartments of the victims of the Nazi Holocaust. There are inscribed with the names of the people that were persecuted. Near the Rotaflora building the guide pointed out toilet brushes in the apartment windows. They were used as a symbol to protest kicking refugees out of the city and squatters out of the Rotaflora building.