Come here on business for two weeks. The punch-in spots were completed early and early. Life in Hamburg is quiet and plain. This hotel stays by the lake. Every morning, after breakfast, I grab a loaf of bread and feed geese by the lake. Then I go to the company. After work, I buy a cup of coffee and sit by the lake to watch the chicks feed geese. My time in Hamburg was the best time here. In June, the days were long and the nights were short. Every morning, at 4 o'clock, the sky dawned. Sunset is usually at 10 p.m. At midnight, there was still a faint light on the horizon. So I spent at least two hours at the lake every day. There is no sunshine in winter, so in the sunny spring and summer, all people enjoy the sunshine without restraint. The streets are full of girls with sunburnt skin, not plateau red, but red after sunburn on white ground. Nordic girls are tall, fair-skinned and mostly beautiful. But the peak of skin quality and facial value should also be in the teens.
And the church steeple mixed with the tall buildings around the lake retains the antique charm in the modern city appearance. Statues and sculptures standing on the lakeside, swans and waterfowls floating on the sparkling blue waves, add to the unique beauty of Lake Alster and give people a sense of tranquility and leisure. The sails on the lake are dotted and drifting between the blue sky and green water, which makes the lake scenery bright and bright. Ulster Lake, known as the Pearl of Hamburg City, is a place of recreation, entertainment and rest for Hamburg citizens. Located in the center of the city, the Outer Lake is a paradise for sailors and rowers. Sailing crews are proud that the 160-hectare Lake (the deepest part is only 2.5 meters) is a man-made lake. It was built in the thirteenth century by the confluence of an Alster River and a stream that flows into it. These streams are still the obstacle runways of sailors'romance till today. Hamburg people and Hamburg tourists like to walk around Lake Ulster because it is the most valuable sightseeing program offered by hydrophilic green cities. In addition, Ulster Park around the lake provides a large number of places to stay, relax and play. Of course, there are cafes and restaurants around Lake Alster, where people can eat and drink while enjoying the beauty of Lake Alster, or relax themselves.
Ulster Lake is the largest artificial lake in Hamburg. It is divided into two lakes, inside and outside. In spring, boating on the lake and looking at the lake scenery on the railings by the lake in autumn are all very comfortable ways of leisure, and fishing feels really good.
Ulster Lake is a man-made lake formed in the thirteenth century by the Ulster River, a tributary of the Elbe River. It is also known as the Outer Ulster Lake and the Inner Ulster Lake. The lake has a large area. It can be visited by boat or strolled along the lake to feed voracious white swans. Especially the Nelster Lake is surrounded by shopping malls and museums. It is the urban light of Hamburg. Scenic spots that can't be missed.
The total area of the Inner and Outer Alster Lake is not very large. It is a good place for Hamburg people to exercise in the morning and relax on weekends. Here the shore is shaded with trees and the well-repaired walkways are built around the lake. If you wander here in the early morning, you'll encounter long-distance runners in tights all the time. And it's also a paradise for large flocks of waterfowl. Swans, geese, mandarin ducks and wild ducks are all here to recuperate and reproduce. On the east side of the bridge between the Ulster Canal and the Nelster Lake is the city hall with copper roofs. If you stand on the bridge in fine weather, you can see the city hall and the canal in the blue sky and white clouds.
Whenever you go to any lake, it's beautiful. Blue sky, white clouds, big trees, tourists.
Walking along the lake early Monday morning, swans are mostly still sleeping and quiet.
It's worth visiting all the villas and rich areas to see the big houses.