Leonardo Inn Hotel Hamburg Airport
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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 …
... ever before, our luggage was also there so we headed off to pick up our Alamo rental car. Even that was a cinch. Not even 15 minutes and we had our jeep loaded and headed off to Cape Coral. But alas not everything was easy. We needed over an hour to reach Alligator Alley. The I-75 North was one huge traffic jam which caused us to travel an extra hour. We finally arrived in Cape Coral at 7:30 pm local time. We were so exhausted we headed straight for our beds. No travel pics ...
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 ...
... cow produces more than my father's entire herd!" a friend from Burkina Faso once told me).
Suddenly the beautiful wheat fields give way to vistas of the open sea. We slow down, and suddenly we drive into the hold of the ferry to Denmark.
The open deck is too full of people to enjoy, but as always, the sea grabs my heart, and staring over the smooth surface, I compare the water with so many other waters I crossed before - long ago in a ferry crossing the Dardanelles ...