Suite Novotel Hamburg City
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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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 ...
... than choice, and then get jailed if they try to come to Oz. The hotel was great, best of all a big comfy king bed. After a brief settle in we went off for a walk, the hotel was only 300 metres from the Rathaus, it is huge and amazing, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg was essentially an independent city state, a major player in the Hanseatic League and obviously rolling in both gold and power. In the square in front of the Rathaus was a great series of pavilions. ...
... breakfast at Brødflov! Gonna miss that spread! I debated buying the marmalade and shipping it home it was that good! After eating, we hopped on the metro to CPH Central Station. We had a good hour to kill so we just sat and looked through our photos. We met a guy named Mark who was from Dublin and had an internship in Denmark. He was super cool and gave us some tips. He's also been to UCSB and loved it there! After a short talk, ...
Went to see where they repair. Lufthansa and customer plans. Couldn't take pictures inside, but neat facility. Got up close to 747 being overhauled. Saw two 747 for a middle Easter rich guy, being outfitted. In all a cost of about a billion dollars. Enjoyed some free time in Hamburg Olster Lake. Rode on a solar powered ...
... as is the Rathaus town hall. New year celebrations in Germany - or perhaps Europe more generally? - is much more lax on the rules for celebration than in Australia. As I've mentioned several times previously in this blog, Australia is quite overbearing in it's laws on what you can and can't do. Fireworks are legal on New Year's Eve until 1am on New Year's Day in hamburg, whereas they are completely illegal in Australia. So what did we do? We went out and ...