Hamburg.. A place not known for beef between bread

Trip Start Jun 01, 2010
Trip End Aug 02, 2010

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Casa De Till

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Hello friends!!!! I apologize for my radio silence. Due to lack of internet and time I was unable to post any updates. I hope the suspense will make the pictures and posts ten times more exciting!
So here's what you have been missing....

My stay in  the city of Hamburg was fantastic! Hamburg is beautiful Semi-modern city that sits between a major river inlet that houses one of Germany's largest cargo ship ports. On at least two occasions I was able to witness the high traffic of cargo ships enter and exiting the inlet. My brief time in Hamburg was nothing short of memorable. I had an amazing host Till who introduced me to fantastic sights and views of the city that I may not have seen otherwise as a tourist. Till also arranged a traditional German dinner and drinks at an old German brewery. I dined on roast pig shoulder with cold sauerkraut. We also ordered a traditional 10 liter wooden keg of beer that was tapped fresh with a hammer right at the table. Words cannot properly convey how great the food was. That meal may have been one of best food experiences I have ever had. All in all my stay in Hamburg was an amazing experience shared with terrific company!

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MC on

I can't believe you were barracking for Germany when they played Australia. Traitor

mciallella on

Well if the Aussies decided to wear their shorts instead of their skirts I would have cheered for them!

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