Hamburg (Day 7)

Hamburg

Written at the apartment in Berlin at 19:30 to 20:00.

After a one-hour train ride (we had to stay as there weren’t any unoccupied seats left) we arrived from Bremen in Hamburg. After breakfast (cold pieces of yesterday’s pizza) we headed to the port. We then went on a tour through the port, which started at 11:45 and ended an hour later. There was a lot to see! It’s quite expensive for adults, it costs 18 Euros per person.

After that we walked through the “Alter Elbtunnel”. This old tunnel was built in 1911 and connects the port with an island. We then decided to visit the famous model railroad museum. Unfortunately, we would have also had to wait for more than an hour, that’s why we didn’t went in there. Here again, it’s worth it to book the tickets a few days earlier to avoid this. We went back to the train station with an elevated railway and reserved our seats for the next train ride to Berlin. We stored our luggage at a luggage store, because we thought there weren’t any lockers. Afterwards we found them. It costs the same (5 Euros per person), but the disadvantage is that it takes some time to get the luggage back.

The train ride to Berlin was comfy, as there weren’t lots of other passengers. When we arrived in Berlin we had to hurry up, because we had to meet at 18:30 to get the keys for our next Airbnb apartment. We took an S-Bahn to Alexanderplatz from the Berlin train station. From there we took the U-Bahn (metro) and arrived on time. After a nice welcome from our host we were introduced to some house rules and got showed around.

Now we’re relaxing at out apartment and will soon go out and search for some place to have dinner.


Originally written by Lars Deuber in German. Translated by Tom Erhart.

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Mein Name ist Tom Erhart, bin 20 Jahre alt und komme aus der Schweiz.

Seit ich vor einigen Jahren auf SRF die Sendung "DOK - Auf und davon" gesehen habe, packte mich das Fernweh und die Reiselust. Ich träume nicht gleich vom Auswandern, will aber viel reisen und die Welt gesehen haben. Es vergeht kaum ein Tag, an welchem ich nicht gleich eine neue Destination mit einer genialen Airbnb Wohnung entdecke und träume, dorthin zu reisen. Endgültig packte mich aber dann die Lust zum Reisen nach dem Sprachaufenthalt in Bournemouth, welchen ich mit Lars und mit der Schulklasse machen konnte.

Zusammen mit Lars Deuber gründete ich Dream & Live it. Hier teilen wir mit euch unsere Erfahrungen beim Reisen, Fotos, erstellen Reiseberichte und versuchen euch Tipps zu geben.

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