Moevenpick Hotel Hamburg
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Breakfast 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 ...
Another sleep in for us again, so another morning having a late breakfast with Annette. We eventually got ourselves organised enough to leave the house so we headed into town on the train to visit Miniature World. I must admit I really didn't think that I would enjoy it but was happy to go as I knew the kids would find it fun …. but it was great. The first section showed the same town through different eras, which was interesting to see. Then there was a section on how a town ...
... belt fastened. We were in the first row sitting diagonally across from two cabin crew who has also just taken their seats for the landing. The ground was fast looming up on us. Suddenly Paz, the senior crew member picked up the handset cradled above her head and shouted down the cabin ‘Sit Down, Sit Down’. A more authoritive voice intervened. ‘This is the Captain. Sit Down. SIT DOWN’. We were literally only about 20 seconds from hitting the tarmac and ...
... she was congratulating me on getting that far, however no. I managed to work out that she was yelling that she forgot to tell me the brakes didn't work. I feel as though that vital piece of information should have been the first thing she told me. Using my extensive knowledge of bike riding (and piecing together what Kirsa was yelling) I started to back pedal and thankfully I did start to slow down.
Third attempt: Now that I knew how to stop the bike and get on it ...