Lindner Park-Hotel Hagenbeck
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... recommended but it was about 45 mins walk, it was hard going as it snowed all the way and I was cold again, when I got there the area was nice, just an old shopping area with nice little coffee shops and shops selling local produce and crafts, I didn't hang about as the weather was awful so headed back to the hotel and collected my bag. It was now only 3.00pm and my flight didn't leave till 8.00pm, I was at a loose end so decided to head to the airport where at least ...
... man but I ain't really, it was nice to see them all enjoying it and having fun. The first thing you come across is the gift shop, unusual as its when you get to the end of the tour at most places, I didn't stop to look and went up to the displays, the first area is a new layout being constructed, it has a notice on it saying Italy and Rome and should be open later this year, it gives you a good insight into how it's all put together. I was amazed at the layouts, they were ...
... of storms that were predicted for later that afternoon. We booked our tour with Stadtrundfahrt Line A. If we had been able to hop off, the locations and attractions the bus went to were great; unfortunately the guide gave more information and made it funnier (according to the laughter on the bus) in German than he did ...
... market was pretty cool, it was packed with people and stall owners were auctioning off fish and flowers. It was quite funny actually, they were cracking jokes and making it really entertaining. Once we finished, we walked back to the hotel and checked out, went on a tour bus again and a tour boat then walked around the blumen garden again.
We headed back to the train station at around 7, where we had dinner, drank bailey's on the rocks and tried to do our german ...
... a wooden roller coaster, which until the opening of Balder, on 12 April 2003 in the Swedish amusement park Liseberg, was the steepest wooden roller coaster in the world.
The roller coasters were very exiting you can purchase food inside the park but it is a little pricey so I decided to ...