InterCityHotel Hamburg Hauptbahnhof
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Getting up at 3:00 am is not nice, but the highway to the airport was empty. Checking in with Air Berlin was a new experience, but not quite positively. All information that we had keyed in for the online check in was irrelevant, we had to give them the complete information again. Arriving in Düsseldorf was no problem, up in the air and back down again. We had a 2.5 hour layover so we were able to fill our stomachs with a decent breakfast. Air Berlin had another check ...
After some online reconnaissance we ventured into the city today for a look around. We drove to a local train station and had no trouble buying day passes from a vending machine for €6 each. Parking was a little drama - the 'park n ride' we drove into closed at 9pm and there was a chance we'd be back later than that. So we parked on the street and stressed about getting a ticket (no, thankfully). Trains were comfortable, clean and convenient, and ran ...
The Federal Republic of Germany has 16 states (including the city-states of Berlin, Hamburg and Bremen) and they include districts and then thousands of municipalities. Ivonne and Christiaen Bluecher's house is in the municipality of Henstedt-Ulzburg (pop. 28,000) within the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Their house is about a 30-minute drive north of ...
... to Europe with dolphins jumping at the bow, Island-hopping through the warm green waters of the Philippines, last year with Sisi crossing the black water near the Lofoten. And of course fishing with Hendrik north of the arctic circle in the midnight sun, when we almost lived on the sea. Yes, the sea owns my heart.
After crossing the Kattengat the train brings us to Copenhagen where Sarwat has a room ready for us. Gratefully I now sip my tea and write this note.
... s the forests plunging down to the rivers. The towns and villages being cute and old stone and regular.
But then there's the almost sinister modern additions. The fields and roof-coverings of solar panels that are so foreign and high tech. The strangest are the simply enormous wind turbines, mostly off in the distance, with their huge blades revolving in a scary relentless way. The first thought is of ...