I took these pics about two weeks ago when I visited a friend in Hamburg.
This is where this neighbourhood is located:
I really loved it. It was still pretty central but kinda removed at the same time while still being busy and interesting.
Wouldn't mind living in one of these:
Hamburg is definitly the capital of the smart car, they are everywhere.
The owner of this bike seems to be a St. Pauli fan.
The bird was missing.
This was a hospice.
Graffiti is everywhere. Nobody bothers to remove it anymore.
Can you even call this graffiti?
Yes, gas is almost 9$/gallon.
Taken at St. Pauli S.Bahn station on my way back
The last 4 pics were taken at Hamburg-Blankenese. It a bit further west from the city center directly along the river Elbe and it's pretty much the richest neighbourhood of Germany. Germany's Beverly Hills.
I only had a few minutes here but I'm surely going back to take more pics, it's very intersting. There's also a beach and an old town.