Hotel Fresena Im Dammtorpalais

Moorweidenstrasse 34, Hamburg, 20146, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Eimsbüttel area of Hamburg, is near Spielbank Hamburg, Colonnaden, Old Botanical Gardens (Alter Botanischer Garten), and Logo.
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Travel Blogs from Hamburg

Please wake me up for meals

A travel blog entry by gosia_kuba on Oct 04, 2014

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... mikstura na długi lot samolotem. Czas chyba się wyłączyć. Wake me up for meals i tyle na dzisiaj. #### Czas się gdzieś pogubił. Za pięć minut lądujemy w Ho Chi Minh. Czas opuścić klimatyzowane pomieszczenia i poczuć klimat na własnej skórze. Międzylądowanie w Dubaju mało spektakularne. Lotnisko to nic więcej jak kolejne miejsce na mapie globalnej wioski. Zapuszczamy żurawia na Burj Khalifa i dalej w ...

Hamburg

A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 30, 2014

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... by the usual search for a restaurant. It did
not take us long to find. We settled for Highland Fling, called the Capri (better and cheaper than the one in Freo, I know that is hard to believe) and a great meal it
was. Seafood at its best, three different types of fish, prawns and squid with
fries and salad al for less than 18 Euros plus a complimentary shooter of Grappa
after our meal. Guess ...

Catching up

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 29, 2014

Driving into Hamburg, grateful for TT's direction. Paul had pre-booked a hotel with parking, so able to unload our bags in the luxury of a covered car park with lift. The benefits of a Holiday Inn as oppossed to a cute hotel in the historic centre! Technically, we were close to the centre of town, but it would appear that the centre is quite scattered along the various waterways.

Easy walking distance to the waterfront, Landungs Brucken and some statuesque buildings. Took ...

Luneburg

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 28, 2014

Quiet start to the morning. I'm driving still to rest Paul's foot.

Onto the autobahn and off across northern Germany. Traffic flowing at 130km/hr, or more. After a quick pertrol and pit stop, tried to return to the autobahn to find the situation had changed, drastically. No-one was moving. Shuffled forward, till we eventually left the autobahn and struck out on the minor roads.

Arrived in Luneberg later ...

Cruise Ship Dreams

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 29, 2014

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... round trip!

Hamburg itself is Germany's second largest city with 1.75 million people and is its own city state. Germany has 16 Bundeslnder (states). Berlin and Bremen are also city states meaning only the area around the city is included in the state, making them quite small, but rich. The city itself is surrounded by water. A series of canals, rivers and lakes made the city a natural choice to be a harbour. Hamburg has the largest port in Germany although ...