NH Hamburg Altona
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I remember spending my entire first lesson learning how to do a footlock two feet up and weeing myself a little bit whenever the instruction came to do anything other than dangle uselessly. The following day, I could barely pick up my toothbrush for all the seized up pain in my forearms. Turning the page of my book effected a strain similar to the time I tried re-arranging the haybales down the end of the road with my nine-year-old fingertips (and I won't comment on ...
Yep, as suspected it was a sleep in for Lyndon this morning (11:00am!!!) while I on the other hand was fresh as a daisy. So although we had planned to go into town to do some more sightseeing we spent pretty much all day hanging around the house. Poor Annette will be glad to see the back of us tomorrow.
Once Mali was home from school we headed across town for a family trip to Circus Roncalli (not the animal kind, well except for some horses). We had really great ...
In what seemed like no time at all it was time to pick Mali up, so Lyndon and I headed off, on the way home getting Mali to show us a few of the local haunts such as her hockey grounds. It ended up being a very funny trip as Mali kept getting us lost, even turning us into a street that was very quickly a dead-end. The excuse was that she is usually on a bike and it all looks different when directing in a car but we were having none of that. Clearly she is just much ...
... billionaires making it a very prosperous city. There are also over 2,300 bridges in the city, more than Venice and Amsterdam combined!
This is our first (and only) full day in Hamburg. Our plan today is to join a walking tour in the morning. This will take us on a two hour historic tour of the city. In the afternoon we plan on a further walking tour that starts down by the water side and will take us through the more seedy side of Hamburg and St. Pauli.
... or Danish, the train drove onto a ferry! We then had to go upstairs to the main decks while we make "the crossing". We get to hang out for about 40 minutes on a ferry while we cross some body of water that might be the Baltic. I'm unsure. I can't find a map on this ferry anywhere. It's a big ferry. 142 meters long to be exact. The whole train fits in here and is two decks below ...