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Woke early again, must stop this 4am nonsense!!!! Packed a backpack for my four days in Germany and after breakfast with Michael got a cab to T5. Shock horror travelling in economy after Etihad First!! Still only a quick flight. Arrived in hamburg to be greeted with lionism at the airport, over 25,000 Lions expected to attend the international …
After Hameln we made our way to Hamburg. Hamburg is named Germany's "Gateway to the World" and is Germany's biggest port. We had a short tour of the city where we looked around the square then stopped at St. Michael's Cathedral. Outside the cathedral, there is a huge statue of St. Michael and the inside is beautiful. It's definitely worth a look …
... thing that did annoy us about the bus tour was that is was supposed to be in English and German, however the guide probably said 90 percent of stuff in German and then only very quickly one or two English things. Whatever he was saying in German must have been very funny as all the German old ladies on the bus were cracking up. They also gave the tour guide a big tip at the end. No tip from us! After that, we walked around Hamburg a bit and got totally drenched, so it was back ...
... fires and WWII. Therefore, there are a lot of taller buildings and buildings that are not made of only brick. We only had about 5 hours there, but it was nice. I got to see city hall, which was pretty much original- it was very ornate and decorative. We also headed over to St. Michaelis Cathedral. It is the most famous church in Hamburg and you can go to the top of the tower to take pictures of the city- the view was amazing! Also, the church inside was gorgeous- everything was painted ...
... one day as a stopover in Hamburg for our schedule, and wish we had stayed much longer. The city is quite well off financially compared to Berlin( so we are told by our airnb apartment host, Oliver), and it shows in the infrastructure current and major projects underway. - The city is one if the top 2 major ports in Europe and this is also very evident as we saw cruising on the local public ferries. The public transport here is very reasonable for tourists and I strongly ...
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Rooms are more like a mini suite, very clean, staff helpful and friendly. Central to Messe and lots of bars and restaurants close by
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