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Hamburg, Germany - 6th December 2009
I was really excited this morning. Jenny told me we would go on a ship and see more of the harbour. We were a little late and so we made the first photos already on the ferry. Here is the Mississippi boat from the harbour.
On the way we saw many ships, the docks and many cranes.
We were also able to see the Köhlbrandbrücke. It crosses a part of the river "Elbe" called Köhlbrand and so became its name.
The ferry stopped at the fish market and we saw the the market hall from the fish market in Hamburg. Every sunday there is a market in the early market but today there is not only sold fish but everything you would imagine on a market.
On the right side you can see also the market hall, on the right side some other building.
Then we went on through the harbour.
Then we arrived at the harbour museum Övelgönne. There we left the ferry and had a first look at the old ships. On one of them some men were working and making much smoke.
We went to the beach then. It was very wet because of rain the last days.
Övelgönne is not far from the Elbchaussee, the street were all the rich persons in Hamburg live, and so the houses were really nice.
We also saw an old anchor in the harbour.
Then we walked back to the ferry station and had a look at some cranes and the old ships again.
We went down to the pontoon, the floor swimming on the water, and had a look around there until the ferry ariived.
On the next pictures you can see our ferry arriving.
Then we started our trip back to the harbour.
It was really great to see the harbour arriving and to have a great view at all the church towers from Hamburg.
We arrived safely at the harbour then. On the way home Jenny told me that we will go to Austria the weekend before christmas.
Posted Dec 21, 2009, 10:12 pm
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