A&O Hamburg Reeperbahn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA&O Hamburg Reeperbahn
We did not have any reservation but came there spontaneously and got a room. we were 3 people and they didn't have many rooms left. The nice guy from the reception told us, there were a lot of workers in town. He gave us a 4-bed-dorm but closed it, so that we had that dorm for ourselves and no stranger would get the empty bed in our room and we wouldn't have to share it with a foreign worker guy. That was pretty nice. We didn't spend too much time there, because there were many things to see in Hamburg. The hostel is near the Reeperbahn so you get to some bars very fast. it is in a backyard, so it is not too loud. For that area, it was quite silent there.
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... tak jakoś znienacka i podstępnie. I nagle okazuje się, że trzeba zajrzeć do lodówki i skonsumować lub utylizować wszystko, co podczas tych trzech tygodni naszej nieobecności mogło by zacząć żyć własnym życiem. W moim przypadku ukoronowaniem dość urozmaiconej kolacji - już na lotnisku - staje się konsumpcja jednego litra kefiru, popicie przeterminowanym o dwa tygodnie smoothiem i zalanie całości ...
... Bev did a
little more damage to her credit card and we then boarded the bus again for the
harbour - for more spectacular sightseeing. At harbour and took a lift to 20
metres below sea level and then a tunnel to the other side of the harbour. What
a fantastic experience. After this we were meant to do a Maritime Tour however,
the bus had broken down and we were given compensation to do the tour ...
... portugese and spanish foods advertised. Whenever we'd asked for suggestions reagrding locations for dinner choices, this was always the first suggestion.
Madeleine ( a friend from book group) and her husband Roger, who happened to be in Hamburg the same night as us, met us at our hotel so we could debate dinner locations in comfort. Hadn't wanted to suggest meeting anywhere in the open in case it rained.....with our luck......
Off into town using Madeleine and ...
... corridors and varying floor levels all linked together. Some interesting memorobelia scattered around the landings.
Wandering through the historic centre, it became obvious that "squish" was the only way to describe the buildings. Rarely were walls square to the adjacent building, walls bulged, such that one is referred to as the "pregnant house", windows not level with anything. Very different to every other German ...