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Travel Blogs from Hamburg
When I woke up, my brother and I went outside and practised catching chickens. We caught one and I held it. My brother caught one too. We both had favourite chickens, mine was the red and white one and Basti's was the white and orange taller ...
For our last day in Hamburg, we want to go out on the town in Reeperbahn. This is where the Beatles played a lot and got their start! These three Aussie guys became our new roommates and they were fun. After a couple of hours hanging out in the room, we all decided to go out together. It was so much fun! We danced...a lot! It's been ...
... 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 ...
... not the ugliest. Afterwards we saw St. Jacobi Church and now the churches are starting to all look the same. Then we went to the St. Nikolai Memorial. Welp, that's pretty much the city. Now, what to do for the rest of the day.... Michelle wants a DRIN for Oktoberfest, so we started to look for one. Dang they're expensive! The cheapest we saw was €99. Guess we will just have to keep ...
We visit Vanamala's sister and niece in Hamburg. On the first evening we are taken by a breathtaking contemporary dance performance by the Wayne McGregor Random Dance Company followed by a delicious cocktail at the „20up Bar", which is situated on the 20th floor with sweeping views over Hamburg Habour.
During the next few days we explore the city thoroughly including a fascinating habour cruise, the Reeperbahn and the old ...