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Hamburg 2014

Since I just posted about the other German cities we went to I thought I would pull together a picture post from our weekend trip to Hamburg last year. It was a great trip- lots of good food, amazing weather (the first sunny, warm weekend after winter) and tons of street art and graffiti. Really I thought we had a lot here, but Hamburg seemed like it was just everywhere. We definitely need to take another weekend trip soon. So enjoy the photos

These are big car elevators for the Elbe tunnel - tunnel under the Elbe river. You can walk down the stairs or take the elevator and then walk across.

No good photos of the tunnel

But every few feet there were these animal tiles on the wall

Hamburg from the far side of the tunnel

Low tide

Raymond liked these guys on the public restrooms

There was a tiny mineral museum that was actually really nice

You can walk to the top of the planetarium and look out over the park/city


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