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... tak jakoś znienacka i podstępnie. I nagle okazuje się, że trzeba zajrzeć do lodówki i skonsumować lub utylizować wszystko, co podczas tych trzech tygodni naszej nieobecności mogło by zacząć żyć własnym życiem. W moim przypadku ukoronowaniem dość urozmaiconej kolacji - już na lotnisku - staje się konsumpcja jednego litra kefiru, popicie przeterminowanym o dwa tygodnie smoothiem i zalanie całości ...
... 10 am for the harbour by train, to do the
Maritime Tour we missed out on the previous day. It was a simple exercise to
purchase tickets, find the right train and platform and arrive safely at the
harbour. The fun was about to commence, we boarded the bus and were told in no
uncertain manner to get off as tickets were a day old. We stressed that
yesterday the bus had broken down and we were ...
... metro pass. Just love it. Madeleine's German came back with surprising speed. While she said she felt a bit rusty, it certainly didn't show. For dinner, Madeleine and Paul had the Hamburg Labskows while Roger and I opted for the conservative pan fried (?) sole. We'd been warned that the Labskaus didn't look appetising but was delicious. Mashed potato mashed in with corned beef and beets, served with a fried egg on top, and pickled herrings on the side. Who could ask for more?
Arrived with few complications. Good hotel in Hamburg but we were both very tired and went to bed at around 9:00 pm. We put the bikes together at the airport and caught the train into town. Had a quick walk around. Tons of canals but all the buildings are newish because of wartime bombing. We will have a ride around the city tomorrow before heading out the next day. The picture is of Werner assembling ...
Yes, it's me again but I am ghost blogging (is there such a term?) from lovely Galiano Island for Jim, who is almost two weeks into another European cycle trip. He's back to Deutschland with pal Werner, who was born there and knows his flammkuchen from his zwiebelkuchen. It will be an opera in two parts: they are currently on the Elbe Cycle Route or Elberadweg, biking south from Hamburg to Dresden on the Elbe Cycle Route, then from Wurtsburg to ...