Saturday was another lovely day in Hamburg. Cold (it’s winter after all), but sunny with cloudless sky which is always beautiful to see, when you’re out and about. Amanda and I had walked around the city for a bit, visited St. Nikolai church, which ruins serve as a memorial against war. I admit I’ve never been there, despite having been in Hamburg a few times over the last two decades. We strolled further on to the Old Warehouse district, which is one of my favourite parts of the city. I finally managed to get up to the Elphi Plaza and after some more strolling around, some snacks, a quick trip to the “Reeperbahn”, we ended the tourist part of the day at the Miniatur Wunderland. Which I’ve been too before, but it’s been a while and it’s always impressive to re-visit. So many details and so much work that went into it.
Sleep: Solid 6 hours, which isn’t too bad considering we were hanging around after the show for a while, freezing our feet off.
Breakfast: 9/10. Sunday Breakfast / Brunch at the Cafe & Bar Celona.
Caffeine intake: same same… :-)
Hydration: 4/10. I’ve been defintely slacking and I noticed that in the evening.
Random trivia: The Wunderland shows Germany as a quite dangerous country, there is a police / fire operation going on in almost every display Also… Amanda has an eye for finding the grim / quirky details of the displays. *g*
On my feet: ~ 14,6 km (19.742 steps)
Been More Kind? 7/10. I didn’t catch myself being unkind at least.