Lindner Hotel Am Michel
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Yesterday was a long long day! Although it would have been longer and harder for everyone else as they had a crossing to contend with! After a lovely few days in devon visiting family I was finally on my way. After a while in the que to get on the ship, me and Beth who I had met previously on Facebook were told to help pack down all the shops as we are having a refit, it took us all day! We went ...
... to one of the areas around Hamburg to shop or run errands or just sit and people watch. My days are never the same, which is nice. Pretty much no matter what (if I'm at home or out in the city) I head back towards the school around 3pm. Today I was in the city so I just sat at a cafe right up the street from the school and got a snack and soda while I waited. That'll be nice to do once I start language classes and have work to ...
... not sure if it was because they were home or because they realised that I wasn't going to back down from what i had told them. They played soccer for a while and then I prepared frozen pizzas and strawberries for dinner. Easy! They got into their PJ's by 7:25 like they promised and now it's TV time until bed. Let's hope they don't fight bedtime too much! I'll keep you posted though. :] Tschüß! -A. ...
So, I got to go to the fischmarkt (fish market) today! This is extremely famous in Hamburg and I'm really happy I got to go on the first weekend I was here. Jutta left town Saturday, so it was just Rüdiger, the kids and I. Since the market opens up so early, we had to get up at 5:30 and left a little after 6. It was already packed by the time we got there, but it was really awesome (and cold!). Of course there is a lot of fish sold there, but there were also ...
We parked up at the old Fish Market behind the Reeperbahn, fortunately there was no fish smell! Not long after we applied our hand brake the carpark attendant put a full sign across the entrance to the parking, how lucky did we feel :-) Mostly looking forward to tat shopping we set off to find the town, after waking for a good 15 minutes Neil finally got a map out and navigated us to a shopping area, we later ...