Moevenpick Hotel Hamburg
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... be warm and I could get something to eat. I arrived at the airport about 5.00pm so 3 hours early and walked about getting a few bits as gifts for family and had a coffee and cake, it was a very long wait but at least I was warm and dry. There is an observation deck at the airport so I went to do some plane spotting, well I had my anorak on so fit in well, it was really good actually watching the planes take off and land, the smell of aircraft fuel is something ...
... t apart from anything I get sea sick real easy so not much chance I will ever work on a ship. There were no options for getting back to the other side apart from through the tunnel again but it was a nice walk. I decided to walk back to the hotel for a warm as I was frozen to the bone now and shivering, I set off in the direction of the city centre but ...... Yes I got lost, not to much but the 30 mins journey ended up being 1 hour so now I was defiantly ready for a relax and ...
... of the highlights is a Lego model of the Queen Mary 2 made up with almost a million pieces of Lego, very impressive indeed. After my visit to the maritime museum I walked back into the centre looking for somewhere to eat as I seemed to have missed lunch time in all my excitement, it was now 4.30pm and tummy was rumbling, I must mention that in Germany the shops don't open on Sunday's, it seems strange when I am used to everywhere being open back home, ...
... with hand guns too, I have never seen anything like this before so I didn't get too close to the action, I think it all went without and altercation. Back at the hotel and got the key for the room I will be staying in for three nights and very comfortable it is too, the bed seems to be as wide as it is long, enormous for one person. I have had a coffee and a shower and watched the BBC world news for an hour and now time for sleep. A good first day for ...
... cruise for the english language dependants which also had a German translation. Hamburg is Germany's largest sea port, even though its 120km from the sea. It also claims to be one of the largest harbours in the world, so it was very interesting viewing the harbour from water level as we kept dodging bigger boats. Even less desire to swim there than Sydney Harbour! We had a slight detour due to the low tide making it dangerous to follow the stated route. Cranes, functional and ...