NH Hamburg Horn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... for all the duty free shopping on board, prices were very, very good. Every ferry has a shop, and they run frequently.
Five minutes before docking, we were told to re- board the train and on berthing the train was first off and Hi, Ho Silver, we're away to Lubeck.
Lubeck is also noted for its old buildings, especially its Holstentor Gate, ca 1478, a little saggy but still intact. Once again we did a canal tour as the old town is an ...
... of that little affair). Of course, the first thing I did was to phone up London and book another three workshops. Arms be damned.
And I got pretty good you know. Something about me took to it. God knows why, since you can do everything in the right order and still end up with bruises the size of a beef tomato. If it's not the accidental extra slack, it's the speed at which you opened your legs or the thrust of your hips or the tilt of your head and some drops ...
... in gold …. I think there was a girl involved in this act as well but I can’t be sure (neither can Mali I might add!), a woman who hula hooped about a million and one hula hoops on her arms, legs neck, knees …. you name it she had them swinging from it, and the act that Lyndon and I liked the best was a Japanese woman who started with a single feather and very carefully added one palm frond after another to balance the feather, so the feather got further ...
... the tours started from the Rathaus (town hall) at 11am. These tours are free and one is encouraged to pay whatever you think the tour is worth.
Our tour guide had spent some years in the USA so his English was impeccable (although it’s called a pavement and you ‘jump’ a red light not ‘run’ a red light!!)
After 10 minutes we still hadn’t moved one inch. Our guide was giving us a whirlwind 800 year history of the city ...
... m really caught up on this. I never thought that a train could go on a ferry! Yesterday was the last day of our road trip. We drove from Bad Wildbad to Cologne where we found a fair/carnival type thing right along the Rhine! We had lunch and checked out the fair before making our way back to the Düsseldorf airport to return our rental car and Jane. Jane made a mess of the ...