NH Hamburg Altona
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... for a little look round and to get some food then back to work. Once we finally stopped at 9.30pm we got ready to go for a few drinks in the crew bar. Had a mess around in there and got to know the everyone! My cabin mate is called Sarah she seems nice and think we will get on :) went to a little cabin party in the officers deck then it was bed time! Also with a day off today the team are all ...
... ends up being more like 8:45 by the time the stretch it out. I don't get them ready for bed, but I help finish cleaning up the kitchen and making sure things are ready for the next morning. Then it's about 9 or 9:30 and I'm most definitely ready for bed by then! I get to head down to my little cave and relax. Sometimes I watch some Netflix or take my shower and get ready for the next morning and other times and just get into my ...
... the first day alone and I told them that they could play for 45 minutes tomorrow if the trip home went well. Of course, it didn't go that well. Yes, they safely got from point A to point B, but there was a bit of a fight and I'm sure they were talking about how mean I am in German. Haha. Luckily, once we were actually home and through the door, they were both perfect little angles again and extremely polite. ...
... of flowers and some bread and heaps of fruits! The main reason why we decided to go is because I really wanted a plant for my room. It's pretty amazing the way that they sell things there. It's almost auctioneer style. I'll be attaching a video soon! :] I got, not only one, but two HUGE plants! One of them is as tall as I am. Pictures will be on here of those as well. We also got 10 packages of strawberries, some orchids, and some veggies. Very successful day! ...
It was actually quite large over two floors. Far from being a childrens museum the vast majority of visitors were adults from all age groups.
It was divided into different regions of Germany as well as Europe ...