B&B Hotel Hamburg-Altona
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- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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nothing special but also nothing bad to say! Solide decision!
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... done so much in such a short time and on a budget. The manager gave me a history book about the hotel to take back with me and a few other bits and bobs to remember my trip by. I asked to store my bag until the afternoon and they were more than happy to do so, they asked where I was going today and gave me a few tips on where to eat and passed me a map of Hamburg to take with me, the one I was using was a little threadbare now. I arrived at the Museum of Hamburg at ...
... man but I ain't really, it was nice to see them all enjoying it and having fun. The first thing you come across is the gift shop, unusual as its when you get to the end of the tour at most places, I didn't stop to look and went up to the displays, the first area is a new layout being constructed, it has a notice on it saying Italy and Rome and should be open later this year, it gives you a good insight into how it's all put together. I was amazed at the layouts, they were ...
... of storms that were predicted for later that afternoon. We booked our tour with Stadtrundfahrt Line A. If we had been able to hop off, the locations and attractions the bus went to were great; unfortunately the guide gave more information and made it funnier (according to the laughter on the bus) in German than he did ...
10th October - I woke up early and met Jenny and Pauli at the train station in Giessen at around 9:30. Jenny and I took a train to Hamburg - the second largest city in Germany. We arrived around 2pm and checked into our hotel where we had a bit of a break. Later on we went for a walk to the Rathaus (the city hall), where we had coffee and ice-cream and took a few photo's. On our way back to the hotel, we went to Miniaturwunderland , which was pretty amazing. It's the largest ...
... modern bathroom. I then unpacked my luggage feeling a bit worn out and tired I went down to the mall to wander about and have some dinner. I saw lots of interesting things like different types of food I have never seen or tried before. I had a great time wandering about. The food is excellent and pretty cheap in Germany, so I ate lots of food. I then went back to the hotel. It is really quite nice, it has a ...