Hotel Landgut Stemmen
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... summer and it's usually there for about 1 month / 3 weeks, so I'm lucky to have been able to see it and go on rides! It was quite expensive though as you had to pay for each individual ride, but I didn't care too much as I spent barely anything in England haha.. Then we walked through (the red light district they call it) but more like town clubs etc and stopped and got a drink at one of the bars. Unfortunately I didn't take any pictures as I had left ...
A quick trip up to Hamburg to catch the overnight train to Villach. It was exciting for all to see the car being put on the train and the excitement continued as we went to find the cabin. However, that's where the excitement ended! At the first stop we were joined by a German biker in the cabin, which changed the dynamic somewhat. And suddenly from lording it in our own cabin we had to face ...
Today I Discovered Hamburg’s fascinating river front on a sightseeing tour along the Elbe River in a double-decker bus enjoying the scenic views and city sights. We Traveled along the noble streets of Elbchaussee to the lovely hillside district of Blankenese. It was a great tour with lots of interesting facts. This tour only cost me $ 32.23 and for that I got a ...
... you to simply hop off at the stop you want and return to any stop to continue your tour! Board one of the red double-decker buses at any of the available stops, and begin your sightseeing adventure, hopping off at Town Hall Square, the main train station or at any other stops on the route. The cruses were interesting and informative I got to see many large ships along with some smaller very ...
... retrieve the bug, and it took a few tries but relief at last. Now I could appreciate the building and the wonderful feeling of having a normally operating eye. We rode around Hamburg, visiting some interesting alleyways, an amazing graffiti covered rock climbing wall, and even a squatter's building. Certainly not the things that are found in the Lonely Planet guide and it was really good to see some of the hidden gems of Hamburg. We then visited a mobile ...