Michaelis Hof Hotel

Herrengraben 4, Hamburg, 20459, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Hamburg-Mitte area of Hamburg, is near Church of St. Michael (Michaeliskirche), Deichstrasse, Krameramtswohnungen (Flats for Small Trader's Guild), and Börse.
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    Travel Blogs from Hamburg

    Fish Buns and Horse Sausages

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Sep 01, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the building is supposed to house the city orchestra, but cost blowouts and construction delays mean that it still isn't finished. It was supposed to cost 241 Million Euros and be finished in 2010, but four years later and it still isn't finished. The current estimate is an opening in 2017 at a total cost of 789 Million Euros! I can't imagine what a room at the hotel there will cost!

    The only part of the Elbphilharmonie, which is actually open ...

    Jumping Under Water

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 30, 2014

    31 photos

    ... there were a few temporary beer gardens set up to cater for all the passers by with techno music to boot. There weren't any toilets around to cater for the mass of beer and Jägermeister drinkers, but there was a pissoir (pisshead) for the men.

    Because it was a 20 minute walk to the stadium, people were buying cans of beer for the journey. The walking path was flanked by trees and standing on the sides were opportunists with open bags waiting ...

    Cruise Ship Dreams

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 29, 2014

    17 photos

    ... round trip!

    Hamburg itself is Germany's second largest city with 1.75 million people and is its own city state. Germany has 16 Bundesländer (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 ...

    Leaving Germany

    A travel blog entry by natalierose on Aug 27, 2014

    Woke up feeling sad that it's today I'm about to come home, but feeling excited also to see everyone again! Feeling glad that I picked everything last night, as today I just can not be bothered! I went down stairs and had breakfast with Lena before getting stuck into painting this block, her mum has asked me to paint before I left! She is making an archway in the garden with all different sizes and paintings on each block, ...

    Meeting the Northern neighbours

    A travel blog entry by jenyfromtheblog on Jun 25, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... delicious specialties, me teaching new English slang and practicing more of my German, taking on the towns by bike and by car with her parents as the ultimate seaside tour guides, much laughter, sentiment, and overall a feeling of such gratefulness for having this friend come into my life. I was bound and determined to dive on into that Baltic Sea, having me near a body of water is like telling a fish to stay on land, but the high winds with icy waves ...