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Hamburg’s Miniature Wonderland: Christmas eggs

13 Responses to “Hamburg’s Miniature Wonderland: Christmas eggs”

    • fotoeins

      Hi, Nat & Tim. Thank you very much for your kind comment which made my day. 😉 I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to write about Miniatur Wunderland in one or two descriptive posts: one ‘stationary’ with photos, another with small videos, or one with a mix of both. Personally, I can’t believe I waited so long to visit this magical place. Thank you for stopping by and thanks again for your comment!

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  1. CrazyChineseFamily

    Aim was there with my wife in 2012. I loved it as I am also interested in those trains (like so many boys here,,.) only negative point was that it was terribly full, making it hard to get a good view on everything

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Timo. So many shades of awesome, the Miniatur Wunderland. Imagine having the entire place to yourself for hours; that must be one of the feelings for the people who love being and work at that place. My “mistake” was a 1st-time visit on an Advent Saturday in December: so full by around 11am.

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    • fotoeins

      Ganz genau. That’s why there’s Miniatur Wunderland: definitely worth the price of admission and, possibly, the dreaded “Wartezeit.” 😉

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    • fotoeins

      As far as I know, one can pre-order tickets online for a specific time of entry in order to avoid the dreaded “Wartezeit.” So, when I arrived a little after 10am on a December Saturday morning without pre-ordering, I feared the worst, but I lucked out with no wait.

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  2. Juergen | dare2go.com

    I always love the sense of humor at Miniatur Wunderland. And all the hiden treasures you can discover. Every time I’m near Hamburg I make an effort to visit: Correction: it’s really NO effort whatsoever! I love that place. You could lock me in over night and I wouldn’t get bored for minute…

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Jürgen. I completely agree that there is a (wicked) sense of humour among the staff at Miniatur Wunderland. As I’ve already commented in this thread, I can’t believe I waited that long to visit for the first time. Thanks for stopping by and for your comment!

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