Hotel Deutsches Haus Hamburg

Bergheide 1, Hamburg, 21149, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Harburg area of Hamburg, is near St. Pauli.
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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 ...


A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 30, 2014

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On Sunday 28th September we departed Amsterdam on the 9.52 am train for
Hamburg. The best part of Amsterdam was the train out of there. We had to
change trains at Osnabruck again, this was a very easy operation. We arrived in
Hamburg at around 4.45 pm and an easy stroll to our hotel. A quick freshen up
and off for a drink at our hotel - we had a two for one voucher for a cocktail
for the girls. This ...

Catching up

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 29, 2014

... metro pass. Just love it. Madeleine's German came back with surprising speed. While she said she felt a bit rusty, it certainly didn't show. For dinner, Madeleine and Paul had the Hamburg Labskows while Roger and I opted for the conservative pan fried (?) sole. We'd been warned that the Labskaus didn't look appetising but was delicious. Mashed potato mashed in with corned beef and beets, served with a fried egg on top, and pickled herrings on the side. Who could ask for more?



A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 28, 2014

... raised the mast on one of the cogs moored in a canal off the Ilmenau River. The Stintmarkt, old harbour, has now become a mecca for cafes and bars, much to the delight of both the tourist population and resident students, especially on sunny days and balmy evenings. The mill race continues to funnel water through its channels, under the old mills which have now been refurbished.

Shops and many private homes feature ...

None stop

A travel blog entry by sebastian.james on Aug 06, 2014

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... to my hotel. It was a full on day but I really enjoyed it. I had dinner at the Haerlin which is French Cuisine. I had some of the best food I have ever eaten I would strongly recommend dining there

. This would work perfectly for a school group as the first tour would keep everybody in one big group where they would learn about the amazing history and ...