A&O Hamburg Reeperbahn
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We arrived at Hamburg in the late afternoon and had to find a place to stay. We got a room at the A&O Hostel at the Reeperbahn and went for a walk through the area. We went to a bar and had a really nice evening there.
The next day, we went shopping at a small supermarket across the street to get some things for our furhter travel. Then we …
... After Oma made us pancakes we drove to Hamburg airport and flew to London. My dad’s friend Chris picked us up and we stayed with them. He has two girls, their names are Delila and Tabatha. We played with them and we made jokes. We went to bed really ...
... Michelle and I have been in club and danced. Simon was really good at the Melbourne shuffle....I couldn't figure it out. I will just have to YouTube it later and learn. Of course we end up going out the night before a travel day, but least Celle is not too far away. Tomorrow we are off to Celle to see a brand new place in small town, ...
... up with Christine at 3pm and went a a free harbour cruise.
Hamburg looked industrial and dirty – not the kind of city I would
want to live in. We then went into Willamsburg to the Garden Show.
This was pretty cool because there was a new skatepark. It was wet
when we arrived so I had to borrow the broom from the local
skateboarders and sweep the park for around 45 minutes. Even then it
was slow to dry. I had a nice little skate in ...
We were going to do the free guided city tour, but when we arrived we would have been the only ones so we didn't go. Since the guides all work off tips, we didn't want to feel obligated to have to pay them more than we would have normally. So we decided to do our own city tour and just go to the places they go. The first stop was St. Petri Church, which was cool. Not the best church we've seen, ...
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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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