We had a quietish day today, so we went in to Hamburg CBD thinking we would have some retail therapy, only to discover they are all closed on Sundays. I think Australia could learn from the Germans in this respect. There were restaurants and cafe's open around the lake, but all the retail is closed. So off we went walking the city, and found some lovely things we wouldn't have otherwise seen.
After a couple of hours it was back to the room, I cannot shake this jetlag and have two hours sleep.
Woke up feeling groggy, but we go and grab some lunch and take it to the gardens and explore some more. People from Hamburg take their Sundays very seriously, the parks and gardens are swarming with families laying around in the sun.
For dinner we decide to walk to a restaurant Nanny took us to on our first night. It's called Brodersen, and is traditional German food. I don't know how all Germans are not big and fat, because the two meals I've had here are sure to be worth a couple of kilos each, yum yum. Everything is served with a bowl of fried potatoes, yum yum.
We are all going to bed early, as we have an early start tomorrow to Berlin.