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Day 40

Hamburg

semi-overcast 8 °C

Today Bo had a job interview at 2pm in Hamburg so we headed into the city around 12 to get there on time and chill for the morning.We caught a ferry across to Hamburg which was nice. A good way for me to see the surroundings. The houses along the river front were beautiful and so so big! They were like mansions.

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Today the sun was shining for the morning but it was still cold in the wind. I think between 7-10degrees during the day. I met Lena when Bo went for his interview and we had a wonder around the area. We walked to the river front and went to Hamburg University. This place is huge and we acted like we studied there and headed into a lecture hall. I dont have any photos because the hall was FULL with people and i didnt wanna be a dork. This uni is massive, the lecture hall looked like a opera house.

After this, we met Bo and we headed into the city for some shopping. I brought a few things in H&M (gotta love that place) and it then began to rain. We got a slice of pizza and headed to this super old tunnel that runs from one side of Elbe River (the main river that is through the city) to the other. We walked it and some cars drove it. The tunnel is only 406 meters and the cars get lifted up and down by this huge lift. Its pretty interesting!

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After this we headed home, my feet were so wet because of my budget shoes and the rain. Bo had football training and i had dinner with his mum. When Bo returned home, we had a beer and watched Germany tie Sweden in the football. Then we skyped Alex McCall and thats about it for today.

Posted by MillieA 11:17 Archived in Germany

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