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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews InterCityHotel Hamburg-Altona
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... a lot of history and the buildings are old. Its interesting to note that in spite of the city having been severely bombed by the allies during the war, the three cathedrals, which sport tall spires, were never hit or damaged. Must be a divine force at work.
After a couple of beers at our lighthouse boat we returned to the hotel for another awesome supper with real ...
... checking out all the fancy stuff like showers, toilets and beds we walked down the harbor with our host Matthias, for a few pre dinner drinks. The pub we went to was on an old light ship. The ship is essentially a moving lighthouse that was used in the past to mark the ever shifting sandbanks for ships at sea.
And so back to the hotel for a very fancy three course supper and bed in a proper bed. Very ...
... nibbles for us and some nibbles for Prego, bless her (she obviously couldn't smell poobacca!!) We even managed to request wasser für die hund and she was more than happy to oblige! We stayed here for a couple of drinks as the sun was shining and we were celebrating a new country. Back to the van for a scrub for Prego and a chill out before dins of leftover pasta and settling down for the new evening ritual of Prison ...
... coherent memories of the night - passing a bottle of some kind of clear straight spirit around our little group. Me and my friend Nina chose the bottle for it's picture of a prawn on the label. Seemed like a good enough reason as any. The decision was made at large in the group to head to the city centre to see if we could find the river where the official fireworks were to be released from. It was late - maybe 11.30? 11.45? by the time we made this decision. ...
... a more leisurely wander around St Pauli, one if the river bank area s, including taking an elevator 24 metres underground to walk the tunnel that goes under the Elbe River. Built in 1911 it was the first such tunnel in Europe with four huge lifts to take vehicals and people up and down to it. Mostly only pedestrians and cyclists who use it now but a few cars went through it while we were walking it.
We filled the afternoon with another ...