Mercure Hamburg Airport
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I was woken at 5.00am by noise from deliveries in the courtyard outside the hotel, I am not sure if they were delivering to the hotel or to the shops under the hotel, anyway it's a city centre hotel so it's bound to happen, I tried to get back to sleep but no chance so I put tv on and watched BBC world news, all doom and gloom as usual. I got up and had a shower then at 6.30am went for breakfast, all the usual, hot food, Danish, coffee and apple juice oh and a ...
... Farther's day, he collects shirts form Hard Rock Cafe's and while I was out there it was a good opportunity to take one back, I had also got one from Cologne when I visited in November last year, I don't mind at all as they are all near to the centre of the cities. When I came out of the Hard Rock Cafe I cam across the Old Elbe Tunnel (St. Pauli Elbtunnel) I didn't know what to expect as I walked in the door but was shocked by the size of this structure, the next couple ...
Set my alarm for 7.30 as I wanted to go for breakfast before it got busy, Sunday's are usually busy after 9.00am, there were only a few people down for breakfast already and it was the usual choice for breakfast, cereal, fruit, pastries and hot selection, on this buffet they had little potatoes and meat balls for a change and they were very nice indeed. After breakfast I went for a walk around the Alster lake, it was really cold and wish I had taken my gloves ...
... muffin. Before I knew it we were boarding the plane and off we went on time. The flight only took 1hour 15mins and very smooth apart from the turbulence as we descended into the clouds over Hamburg, the airport was easy to navigate and found my way to the train station with ease, I struggled a little buying a ticket from one of the automated ticket booths, nothing wrong with the machine just me not getting how it works, easy really, choose your ...
... stage half of Hamburg was actually part of Denmark (there is a statue in the red light district – yes another red light district – they all seem to have one) that marks the division between Germany and Denmark.
We stopped off at a festival along the lake (or was it the River Elbe? Not sure) and there got talking to a young Hamburgian lad serving beer who had spent time travelling around ...