Mercure Hotel Hamburg City
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... done so much in such a short time and on a budget. The manager gave me a history book about the hotel to take back with me and a few other bits and bobs to remember my trip by. I asked to store my bag until the afternoon and they were more than happy to do so, they asked where I was going today and gave me a few tips on where to eat and passed me a map of Hamburg to take with me, the one I was using was a little threadbare now. I arrived at the Museum of Hamburg at ...
... of workers in one of the busiest harbours in the world. Four huge lifts on either side of the tunnel carried pedestrians, carriages and motor vehicles to the bottom. They are still in operation, though due to the limited capacity by today's standards, other bridges and tunnels have been built and taken over most of the traffic. It was an unexpected treat and at no cost was even more attractive, once at the other side there is not much to do and seems like a bit of a dead ...
... station and easy to imagine how it would have been with all the steam trains stopping there, rather smokey I would think. I got so cold walking around the lake so headed back to the hotel for a coffee and a warm also to plan my next outing. I wanted to visit the International Maritime Museum so I had a look on the map and it seemed fairly straight forward so after a good rest and wam up I set off again, only 2 mins away from the hotel it started to snow ...
... unfortunately I walked in the wrong direction and ended up in a rather seedy area with sex shops and other related establishments so I didn't hang about there too long, I regained my bearings and made my way to the hotel where I was staying, I was a few hours early to check in but did all the paperwork and they said a room would be ready in an hours time, that's ok so I went out for a walk and once again. I was looking at my map at one point and an ...
... wandered around the older part past their big new 800 million euro Opera House that they say rivals Sydney (ho-hum, sorry guys it’s a bit of just a box, very nice but don’t think it will become a landmark like Sydney- but hey what would a yobbo Brissie boy know anyway?).
We went to Model Wunderland, which started in 2000 and has working models of major European towns on a scale you ...