“Etymological Home of the Hamburger”

Day 22: Hamburg / Lübeck / Travemünde

Transit diary: walking, waiting, freezing, bus, train, metro, train, walking, running, sitting, bus, bus… ferry.

Got to briefly visit a few northern Germany towns, at least.

– Hamburg is very port-towny, with far fewer hamburgers than one would expect.
– ‎Lübeck is kind of quaint, with towers that almost look Disney.
– ‎Travemünde is a sleepy little town, with nothing happening on a Sunday night and it doesn’t have taxis and instead makes people run around trying to find the nearest bus station and wait in the cold while sitting next to outdated unoccupied train stations when all they want is just to get to the ferry terminal on time for check-in but there’s no walking route so bus is the only option not that I usually use taxis anyway I just really didn’t want to miss the ferry okay.

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