- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... pictures of which I will send tomorrow! The port is so large that a lot of the ships cannot even fit through the new section of the Panama Canal! Hamburg is a big city and I wasn't overly fond of it! We stayed in an apartment near the waterfront (The Elbe River) and we heard fire and police sirens constantly. There was a left-wing protest yesterday near the train station, and the protestors blocked some of the trains and were in a pretty big fight with just ...
... its rough treatment of Greece. Hitler may not have achieved military European dominance but Germany seems to have achieved European financial dominance anyway.
Kind of a gloomy entry today but it's an easy mood to fall in to in this town, especially in the rain.
After touring was over, the rest of our day was spent finding an ATM (those 3 letters work in any language) and debating the culinary value if ...
Today we drove with Ben to the Olympic Stadium where Germany hosted the Olympics in 1936. We couldn't go in - they were cleaning up after a big soccor match held there last night (the bundesliga) We drove to Grunewald - a beautiful green space where you can bush walk and ride bikes and swim in the river. A bit too cold for swimming today - but not too cold to sunbathe in the nude apparently! And then on to ...
... the key for the main door to the hotel. My room is large and is reasonably well appointed. Claudio had booked in the apartments, however the man at reception offered him a smaller hotel room, and in compensation provided him and I with a voucher for breakfast at the More restaurant across the road from the hotel. The location of the hotel is excellent, however over the coming days I was to find that the cleaning wasn't extremely thorough, my towels did not ...
... on war artefacts. It was so well curated. The exhibition was entertaining while being insightful and respectful. It was also nearly empty, which was such a shame as so much work had gone into creating the exhibition. Some of the items on display included promotional war posters from Germany. Images of German soldiers returning home, being reunited with their families. I realised that I've never seen posters like these from 'the enemy's' side before. It was ...