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... beeps and we were informed that they had to restart the locomotive. It didn't end up working so we switched to another ICE train to Mannheim along with everyone else after a 25 minute delay.
Thankfully we didn't have to stand too long and managed to get a seat. I just don't know why the Deutsche Bahn is so bad at running ICE trains. Faced with a 40 minute wait to make a complaint, we decided to head home instead, which thankfully was without delay!
... with a car.
The Landungsbrücken (Landing Bridges) is a floating dock connected with a series of bridges. It is quite big and has plenty of cafes, boat tour operators and general riffraff. So after walking along for a while we stopped for breakfast and a foamy cappuccino. Not great, but enough to quell the hunger pains.
At the Landungsbrücken is the entrance to the Alter Elbtunnel, a car and pedestrian tunnel that goes under the ...
... the huge newspaper buildings. Hamburg is home to many of Germany's top newspapers including Der Spiegel (The Mirror) and Die Zeit (The Times). The buildings around the area are quite architecturally interesting and one of them is the Chilehaus built in 1922, which is looks like a ship and is made of bricks.
After a quick haircut (Hamburger Haarschnitt) we met Carole and Rainer at the train station and sat down for a drink. Having worked out a rough plan for ...
... chocolate in my bag, once they checked it I was all ok to proceed. So I quickly walked through to my gate, boarded the plane and still felt so sad about leaving! But luckily there was still a que to board the plane so I wasn't as late as I thought I'd be! I then read a letter Lena had given me, upon leaving and cried again so much! The 2 guys sat beside me must have thought I was a nut case balling my eyes out over a letter! ...
... all a beanie that says NZ and they were very greatful. I then had to pack everything! Lena helped me, but man do I have too much stuff! We packed everything and were finally done at about 11.30pm! Still with my backpack unpacked. But we headed to sleep as tomorrow is my last day and I must paint a block for lenas mum, as part of her project! Not that I'm a very good artist.. But it will be fun ...