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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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02.-03.10.2014, Hamburg - Dubai - Ho Chi Minh No i lecimy. Gosia długo nie może zdecydować się, który oglądać film, a ja nie mogę w ogóle zdecydować się co ze sobą zrobić. Człowiek jakiś taki nakręcony jest i trudno usiedzieć w miejscu. Za dużo w głowie biegania na kilka dni przed urlopem (właśnie lecimy nad Wrocławiem). Trochę trzeba było się ogarnąć, kiedy to dzień wylotu pojawił się w ...
... will go for dinner tomorrow night!!!
The next morning we set off to do the usual tourist things on the Hop On
Hop Off bus, more greats sights were seen. We jumped off the bus at the Rathaus
(Town Hall) and had a look around the area. The Rathaus was old worldly in
appearance and really well kept. This was around lunchtime so we bought some
really nice rolls went to Starbucks for a coffee and ...
... 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 ...
... free" from the Holy Roman Empire. In 808 Charlemagne ordered that a castle be built as a defense where the Elbe and Alster Rivers met and Hammaburg was born. There are 2300 bridges in Hamburg. It has been destroyed several times by invasion and fire. Hamburg was the port for most of the Germans and Eastern Europeans who emigrated to the United States. Some trivia for you: The "Hamburg Steak" evolved into our hamburger.
Although I didn't mention it in ...