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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArcotel Rubin Hamburg
There are some nice restaurants in the vicinity, and public transportation in front of the hotel. Since I enjoy walking, it was not a problem for me to walk into central city several times during my 3-night stay.
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... designed to lynch your limbs one at a time. The mini barrel for instance.
The term "mini" could lure a person into thinking this was more of a preparatory drop, like when we say "mini vault" at gymnastics when referring to the soft, squishy blocks that can be assembled to varying heights for the 4 - 8 year olds. Or the mini roll, Cadbury's chocolate log because it's small and inoffensive. With the mini barrel however, it's clear that whoever named it thoughtfully ...
... to be fighting a losing battle, and watching Garfield the movie. Meanwhile Lyndon, Mali and I had a lovely Thai meal which is a real treat for us over here as we have to stay away from Thai when eating out because of Lil’s nut allergy. It was quite special to spend our last night eating out with Mali as that is also how we spent our first night with her back in Albury all those months ago. The kids were at gymnastics and we had no idea what to feed this new member of ...
... sure if it was Hamburg or not as there wasn’t anything written in English) looked prior to, during and after WWII. Quite an impact on the senses to see the devastation caused by the war, very sad. It is hard to imagine how anyone survived, let alone rebuilt the towns and cities.
And the last section was the hugest miniature world I have seen, there was so much to see that ot was impossible to take it all in. My favourite sections were the airport where we saw ...
... s the forests plunging down to the rivers. The towns and villages being cute and old stone and regular.
But then there's the almost sinister modern additions. The fields and roof-coverings of solar panels that are so foreign and high tech. The strangest are the simply enormous wind turbines, mostly off in the distance, with their huge blades revolving in a scary relentless way. The first thought is of ...
... I figured that if the walls were as thin as I thought they were, and my experience so far had told me they were, then the whole hotel would be alert to the sounds of even my silence anyway, so it didn't really matter. I showered and got dressed, and with a quick hello to friends on the other side of the world utilising the super fast wifi of the hotel, I was off by about 5:20am, bound for Paddy's Irish Bar! It was still pretty dark out, and I crossed through Hamburg HBF and ...