Ibis Budget Hamburg Altona
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... points is the day I take all my clothes off and run joyously naked through an Arctic hailstorm, metaphorically speaking.
You see, despite my most valiant attempts to not let it get to me, aerial acro having been straight-up banned for the last three months has left my job satisfaction somewhat diminished, somewhat...close to minimal, with frustration and irritability reaching impressive new heights every time a passenger asks me: "Oh, and vat do youu do onbort?" My ...
... Annette and she was as happy as a pig in mud. I choose not to take it personally, and at least Spencer was happy to stay sitting with us.
After the circus we considered our options for dinner and Annette had a suggestion of her and Holger babysitting the kids and us going out for dinner with Mali, a suggestion that we happily went with. The kids had a great time with Annette and Holger eating Annette’s bolognese, which I think they preferred to mine – ...
... there was really no decision to be made, off we went. As it turned out getting home took quite a bit longer than we had anticipated so we didn’t get much time with Mali, but Lil was happy busying herself with the guinea pigs. After dropping Mali off at school I had a very late lunch, again sitting around the table with Annette and Lyndon. After Lahti and now here I am getting very used to this lovely, casual 'sitting around and chatting’ business, so friends back ...
... as I would have liked in this section (unfortunately...). After a few hours, we started to feel a bit tired so went back to the hotel where we had a nap and ate dinner.
Once we got some energy back we went out to 20Up, a bar that overlooks Hamburg. We bought cocktails and checked out the view, which was really beautiful. We made a plan to head back to the hotel but after we had a few drinks, we decided to head out to the clubs down Reeperbahn street (the red light ...
... buried' in the mountains. This is where it got even more insane. Depicting German scenes, it had a castle made from more than 4000 parts, and without a doubt the most ridiculous of all, an airport. Knuffingen Airport, as it is known, is based on Hamburg Airport, and cost €3.5 million. Million!! That's almost $7 million. At the very least this place must make some money to invest that much! But it was impressive, with airport vehicles making their way between planes, ...