Novum Hotel Alster Hamburg St. Georg
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Biggest problem was that you couldn't really see the essence of the layout in the night mode due to the number of lights all over the layout, not to mention trying to avoid those 500 close friends of yours that were surrounding you all the time. But it was quite the scene to see.
Tomorrow we head back to Munich and then on Wednesday on to our next country - Belgium. I'll update next from ...
... clapping and cheering, John asked two sets of onlookers. They didn't know. Then it all stopped and people resumed normal operations. We went in and asked about Apple watches, then waited a few minutes until the watch man came. We had a good chat, it turned out it was actually cheaper to buy it in Sydney before we go to Burma (if we buy it). We enquired as to the cheering, and were told it was the Hamburg Store farewelling a colleague who was leaving to go to the London ...
... all of the important buildings and drove us around the lake. Apparently Hamburg is the second richest city, after London, which is shocking since we are staying in a shithole. But we drive by some sick mansions. Reminded me of Newport harbor. The city was surprisingly beautiful. We probably would've stayed longer if we did more research and booked a nicer hotel in a nicer area in advance. Oh well. We hop off the bus at the Town Hall which is ...
... of town. We cross one of the many small bridges onto the old dock area and eventually arrive at Miniatur Wonderland, claimed to be the largest model railway system in the world.. We are told that there is currently a wait of two hours to get in, so we opt for buying a ticket for a fixed time entry at 17:30 when we can go straight in.
We continue our walk to try and buy the gas cylinders that we need for our stove. I had located a camping shop on ...
... longest river.
The route starts in Cuxhaven on the North Sea, just northwest of Hamburg, goes through Germany and Switzerland and ends in Prague on the Vltava which joins the Elbe, about 980 km away. Part of it falls together with the EV7 of the EuroVélo network. We cycled part of the EuroVélo 6 and 15 on our last trip.
Jim and Werner are cycling upstream along the Elbe, having started their trip in Hamburg, a bit south ...