Hotel Am Stadtpark
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left at 9:24am for a day trip to Hamburg from Berlin. Went to C & A to buy Oktoberfest outfits. Success!! We look so cute. Checked out Beatles Platz and the Red Light District. Had drinks on the Reeperbahn. Went to Frau Möller for supper. Took the train back to Berlin at ...
... hope that the weight could be spread more evenly. In fact the rope held the entire day which was relieving!
From one misfortune to another; just as we arrived at the first possible ferry crossing Oskar fell again, this time onto the left knee. Luckily he got out again with just a graze. We arrived at this crossing point at 11am and soon found out the ferry wasn't until 12pm so we decided to just keep cycling on to Cranz to catch a ferry there. When we arrived ...
We checked into out hotel and went right out to find the Train Museum..The hotel is great and right on the water in the old warehouse district. They call our room a "cabin" not as small as a cabin but very cool with lots of nice original touches.
The Maritime Museum was 10 floors of maritime history from all over the world. Check it out
... German audiences and started their international career in various music clubs along the street. We also visited the historic warehouse district which is the largest warehouse complex in the world, passed the Davidwache, the most famous police station in Germany which provides highly visible police protection 24 hours and makes this red light district one of the safest areas in Hamburg. and enjoyed the views of the Barbour and fish ...
... are to big and not really good quality. I've found a supermarket that sells campingaz but they don't sell cookers. I decide to go to the library, go on Internet in search of an outdoor shop. I can actually use the Internet computer for free, for one hour! Go Buxtehude! The closest outdoor shop, not in Hamburg, is in Lüneburg. Bummer, this is quite a bit out. I head back to the supermarket and ...