Lindner Park-Hotel Hagenbeck
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... It warms my heart to know how our safety is prized onboard. The rigging points did indeed fail the subsequent weight test...yes, that's right, the point that had, up to then, been carrying our combined weight of 150kg.
And so, as I ran off-stage to rinse out a small piece of ship infrastructure that had fallen from the welding into my eye, I was still thankful and praying that we'd get the all-clear before my final potential aerials performance. Let's go out with a bloody bang.
... away from her balanced on more and more fronds. I took a photo of the near end result but it really doesn’t capture the skill, strength, patience and concentration required to do this act, it was just amazing to watch. Then after balancing all of this on her head the woman carefully put it down, walked around and removed the feather from the end and the structure toppled over. So very clever!
At intermission Lil swapped seats so that she was sitting with ...
... sure if it was Hamburg or not as there wasn’t anything written in English) looked prior to, during and after WWII. Quite an impact on the senses to see the devastation caused by the war, very sad. It is hard to imagine how anyone survived, let alone rebuilt the towns and cities.
And the last section was the hugest miniature world I have seen, there was so much to see that ot was impossible to take it all in. My favourite sections were the airport where we saw ...
... was actually early! John got some cash from the autogelt 20 metres away and we waited for the next bus. Eventually a bus came and we boarded. After a very short while we realised the tour guides German dialogue was about three times longer than his (hard to understand) English. When we reached the pier we alighted to take the harbour tour included in our tickets. After being told that we could find the one and only boat tour in English was on Pier 3 and left in an hour we ...
... the huge newspaper buildings. Hamburg is home to many of Germany's top newspapers including Der Spiegel (The Mirror) and Die Zeit (The Times). The buildings around the area are quite architecturally interesting and one of them is the Chilehaus built in 1922, which is looks like a ship and is made of bricks.
After a quick haircut (Hamburger Haarschnitt) we met Carole and Rainer at the train station and sat down for a drink. Having worked out a rough plan for ...