Leonardo Inn Hotel Hamburg Airport
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- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We returned to Hamburg today. It seemed that once one crosses the German border the speed of the traffic goes up by 20 - 30 KPH. Considering the limit was 110k before the border you can imagine what the driving is like - especially when you see cars like a Nissan Micra doing 130K. Thankfully it is a divided highway but lots of trucks. The GPS …
... to Munich via train instead of car, so we spent the rest of sunday afternoon arranging to drop the car in Hamburg instead of Munich and then buying train tickets. All worked out well, so we stayed an extra day in Hamburg (Monday) and were able to get laundry done (whoopee!!) and go to the Miniatur Wunderland, which was pretty whoopee.
The place did live up to its reputation. It was big ...
... to be at the station till 10.00. We ordered a big taxi, driven by a lady with excellent English who gave us a bit of a tour on the way and dropped us at the station door 10 metres from the Europcar office. We walked in and greeted the man we’d spoken to yesterday with a “were back” and produced our paper work. He told us he had the car type we’d ordered’ (compact) but for five euro a day we could upgrade to the mid size, and a Mercedes! Of course ...
... breakfast at Brødflov! Gonna miss that spread! I debated buying the marmalade and shipping it home it was that good! After eating, we hopped on the metro to CPH Central Station. We had a good hour to kill so we just sat and looked through our photos. We met a guy named Mark who was from Dublin and had an internship in Denmark. He was super cool and gave us some tips. He's also been to UCSB and loved it there! After a short talk, ...
... the end of the red light district (which just happened to be on the fastest route back!) was a Kebab shop with some nice things in the window, so we buy a spinach and feta pide for lunch which we eat at their outside tables.
At Altona station we locate the Lidl supermarket, which is in the basement and buy some essential supplies for the weekend. Back at the hotel we start to make a cup of tea with one of the new cylinders on our stove but discover that ...