We took a short trip to Hamburg this weekend, and I fell completely in love with the place. Hamburg is home to the second largest port in Europe, and as a result, the city is bustling, absolutely gorgeous and home to many of Germany's wealthiest residents. I can't wait to make a trip back to this coastal city when temperatures creep above freezing.
Surprise! Another picture of me in a sleeping bag/coat.
Most of the buildings in Hamburg are white and the entire city has a clean, pristine feeling to it.
We had amazing fischbrötchen with an eternally popular radler. Any ideas as to why these aren't in high demand in the US? Do Americans like their daytime alcohol a little stronger? Probably.