Hotel Landgut Stemmen
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... He must do alright because he even has his own signed cards! All the hustle and bustle was good to see, but seating was limited. So we found a cafe outside the crowds and sat down for a large coffee.
Rainer was keen to jump on the ferry and Steffie wanted to see the Speicherstadt. So we caught a few ferries over to the Elbphilharmonie, a moster of a building at the end of the Speicherstadt and a symbol for greed and uncontrolled ...
... longest, but not really that spectacular by daylight! We ended up finding a cheap steak and fish restaurant on the strip to grab a bite to eat, but it wasn't anything worth writing home about!
In the evening we booked a Lichterfahrt (light cruise), which was supposed to go through the Speicherstadt on a small canal boat, but ended up being on a large fake paddlesteamer called the Mississipi Queen. You couldn't get a more tacky tourist ship. The ...
... round trip!
Hamburg itself is Germany's second largest city with 1.75 million people and is its own city state. Germany has 16 Bundeslšnder (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 ...
... pack as our flight was at 6pm. By this stage it was 1pm and we had to catch the train to hamburg and then catch another train to the airport, which would take about 2 hours. So we quickly got ready and packed and headed to the train station. We caught our train to hamburg and then caught another train to the airport, managed to check in successfully and then we waited about an hour before we boarded. Once we ...
... some beers, stopping by the Alster (the lake in the middle of city, which had people sailing. Then we checked out the Reeperbahn street a bit (though we missed quite a bit when we did that). Didn't stay out too late as some of the other guys had to leave the next day.
The next day I went on a walking tour, which was pretty good, got to know about the Hanziatic league which handled a ...