My last Day in Hamburg.

After an awesome day of Exploring Hamburg, mostly on Foot, yesterday, the final Day of this trip has come, and gone, by now.

My new Explorer Buddy and I started out by bringing my Clothes to the Train Station, so that I could put them in a Locker as to not carry them around all day.

A U3 Train.

After we did that, we decided to visit the huge Saturn store on the Mönckeberg Straße. That Store is just huge. We did not buy anything though, except for a nice little Prepaid Recharge for my Phone.

From the Elbfähre.

We then went back to the Landungsbrücken to take a Elbfähre to the St. Pauli Fischmarkt. The Fischmarkt only opens in the early hours on Sundays, but we figured that we would get a nice Fischbrötchen there anyways.

The Elbfähre departing.

And we where absolutely right. There was a small Kiosk selling freshly made, absolutely delicious Fischbrötchen. And they warmed them up, what I quite liked. After finishing our food, we then walked back towards the Landungsbrücken.

The Elbphilharmonie from afar.

From there, we first took the S-Bahn to the Jungfernstieg, to hang out at the Europa Passage for a bit to figure out what to do next. We decided, after not being able to come up with anything else, to head to the bombed out shell of the Nikolaikirche.

A Statue at the Nikolaikirche.

That Church was bombed out in World War II, and now serves as an anti-war Memorial.

A carelessly deposited E-Scooter at the Bundesbank.

From there, we went back to the Elbe via Hamburgs Bundesbank Office and the Nikolaifleet. There, we watched an Angler for a while. He had already caught a nice Zander. He caught another one while we were there. We even helped him to bring it up from the River in his net,but it was to small and so we released it.

A young Zander.

After a while, the Angler changed Locations, and my Friend and I, after exchanging Numbers, went back to the Train Station, so that I could catch my Train home. At the Station, I had some Fries with curried Mayonnaise for Dinner, which were surprisingly good.