Interrailing into Hamburg: Day 4
Posted July 6, 2018. 469 words.
Using a special day pass, we spend the day visiting four different museums dotted across the city. Then, we enter a submarine. While it seems rather large, it is designed to fit eighty four people inside. That would be rather cramped.
Museum Number One. A Musical Display.
Ancient Metal Beasts and A Religious Tapestry
Statues In The Corridor. Historical Musical Instruments. A Live Performance.
The Oldest Item In The Collection. Angels. Starry Night.
Alexander The Great. Busts From The Past. Honeycombe.
Samurai Are Cool. Gah! Historical Music Instruments Two Electic Boogaloo.
Art Deco. Now Available At Your Local Pharmacist.
Tanzschrift. Museum Number Two.
The Grand Staircase. The Old Masters.
Statues and Busts.
This Is A Painting Not A Photo
Mixed Media and Elements
Finishing A Cruise. Museum Number Three.
We Keep Seeing This Statue Everywhere. Guess The City.
A Captured Russian Submarine
Eighty Four People Would Man This Craft. It Is Rather Cramped Inside. Ebfleet Tunnel.
Catching The U-Bhan. Watching The Port Rail By.
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