Motel One Hamburg - Altona
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Great Hotel. Designer looks, but at a reasonable price. I would love for Motel One to expand to the USA.
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... screaming, "I'm the aerialist, the one swinging at the top of this silk and I love it! Love my job, love my life, love, love, hippie talk, peace, love, love. It's my dream! My dream accomplished; finally I can stop wistfully staring at the rows and rows of circus DVDs I've accumulated since the age of ten..." except that the words actually being vocalised are, "Oh, I'm part of the ensemble, I do this and that."
It's not to beat down the rest of the cast; nothing wrong ...
... to be fighting a losing battle, and watching Garfield the movie. Meanwhile Lyndon, Mali and I had a lovely Thai meal which is a real treat for us over here as we have to stay away from Thai when eating out because of Lil’s nut allergy. It was quite special to spend our last night eating out with Mali as that is also how we spent our first night with her back in Albury all those months ago. The kids were at gymnastics and we had no idea what to feed this new member of ...
... of planes take-off and land, as well as the taxi depot. The last one we could tell wasn’t real though as you would never see that many taxis waiting at a depot!! I think Lyndon’s favourite part was the massive, open air concert …. as he spotted a girl dancing on someone’s shoulders with her top off!! Perve!
There was so much to see we could have stayed for hours but when Lil was given the choice of staying longer or getting home in time to see Mali ...
... the subway touting subway tickets!!
Our Hotel, the Stay Hotel Boarding House, was only a few minutes’ walk from the main train station. In my experience, areas in the immediate vicinity of train stations do not appear the most salubrious. This was no exception. Litter scattered the street, beggars and winos sat on broken pallets. From the writing on the shop facades I would hazard a guess that this area catered for a high proportion of Turks, Somalian, Indians ...
... and modern architecture as well as the amazing Elbe River.
We went to a rather large German Carnival on the last night there, and it was pretty impressive, especially with its crazy, never-ending selection of sausages, strange pastries, beer, and pretty much everything else ...