Steigenberger Hotel Hamburg
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... just as it opened its doors, I was grateful for the warm again as this morning it was 0deg and felt like it too. It was €9 entrance fee so not too expensive, it was an ok museum but nothing special, not very interactive and probably good for school visits etc but at least I could say I had been. I only spent about 90 mins there, it was enough. When I left the museum it was snowing quite hard, I set off to my next destination, thai was an area the reception ...
... just around the corner is a viewing area with superb views of Hamburg so I took advantage and got lots of photos on my camera, by this time my phone battery had gone so I will post these shots when I return home and download my memory card to the laptop. On my way down the tunnel I met a guy and started to chat, he was asking me what to to and I was going to ask him, I think by his accent he was from India, anyway we conversed a few time on our walk and we took photos of Hamburg ...
... I really was cold, walking with my hood up and hands in pockets it was hard going and seems to be much further than I really was, the snow only lasted for 10 mins but it was enough to get me wet and cold again, I arrived at the Hafen City area and immediately spotted the Miniature Wonderland as this was in the same area but this attraction was on my list for tomorrow as it will be quieter on a Monday although it didn't seem to be busy, maybe the weather was ...
... closed so being an inquisitive person I went to investigate, the closer I got it became clear there was a demonstration March in progress, it's was all about immigrants getting papers and rights such as medical care and schooling for their children, there were about 4000 people and hundreds of police all dressed in riot gear, some police had large canisters strapped to their backs and I am guessing this was tear gas or something like that, they were ...
... the building is supposed to house the city orchestra, but cost blowouts and construction delays mean that it still isn't finished. It was supposed to cost 241 Million Euros and be finished in 2010, but four years later and it still isn't finished. The current estimate is an opening in 2017 at a total cost of 789 Million Euros! I can't imagine what a room at the hotel there will cost!
The only part of the Elbphilharmonie, which is actually open ...