Hotel Stadt Altona
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... preferring instead to sneak off, have a chocolate bar and insert any random figure for, "number of climbs to the top." Uumm, fifteen?
Arriving at rehearsals in Cologne, I realised that I would need a whole new approach to the silks: a) because one of the numbers was a striptease and climbing these things with stockings on is like covering your naked body in oil and trying to climb back up a slip 'n' slide and b) because my bosses decided to try putting together a ...
... so we thought ….. Soden’s! I think most people who know us would agree that eating at the pub was a fitting welcome to our family so we were really happy to do (almost) the same tonight. Although happy was not how we felt about it being our last meal together :(
The credits on the movie were just rolling when we arrived home, impeccable timing, so we shuffled the kids off to bed and sat around having an evening chat with Annette and Holger for the last ...
... of planes take-off and land, as well as the taxi depot. The last one we could tell wasn’t real though as you would never see that many taxis waiting at a depot!! I think Lyndon’s favourite part was the massive, open air concert …. as he spotted a girl dancing on someone’s shoulders with her top off!! Perve!
There was so much to see we could have stayed for hours but when Lil was given the choice of staying longer or getting home in time to see Mali ...
This model railway attraction is one of the largest of its kind in the world. It is a vast and constantly expanding exhibit based on famous global sites. It was built by twins Gerrit and Frederik Braun.
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... D minor on it when he was travelling around Hamburg and Germany. Pretty awesome. After that we walked to the Chilehaus, which is now an office building but was one of the first modern buildings in Hamburg. We also walked past the Hamburg Chocolate Factory, which used to be a Bayer (the pharmaceutical company) factory and lab. Apparently Bayer used to make the orange powder/gas used in trenches to kill rats AND produced it without the orange colour and odour for use in the ...