I next went to Hamburg for a few days, a city in northern Germany of 1.8 million people which is one of the largest sea ports in the world. I stayed using AirBNB – a service that allows people to rent out all or part of their homes. My host was Mona, a Jewish girl from Russia. Her flat was a 15 minute bus ride away from the city center and in a busy area and near a large university.
This is a picture of my cozy room in Mona’s home in Hamburg.
Mona loaned me her bicycle which I rode all over the city. I also took a bus tour of the entire city, went to the Fish Market, the gigantic party district of St. Pauli, and rode over dozens of canals. Here are my Hamburg pictures…
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