Maritim Reichshof Hotel

Kirchenallee 34-36, Hamburg, 20099, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the St. Georg area of Hamburg, is near Hamburger Kunsthalle, Grand Strand, Dragon Sauna, and Mr. Chaps.
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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

    ... small cube built at the end of the Sandtorhafen, with cool speakers playing pre-recorded symphonies and photos inside documenting the current development. I'd be surprised if the residents of the city still have any hope of it opening after 7 years of bad news.

    After walking through the Speicherstadt (Storage City), we stopped for a quick drink in alleyway cafe before heading towards the town hall. We got some great shots in the centre ...

    Jumping Under Water

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 30, 2014

    31 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Cruise Ship Dreams

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 29, 2014

    17 photos

    ... to Hamburg. I don't usually travel IC or ICE because it is much more expensive, but we didn't want to spend the whole day in the train crossing the country either! The route travelled ran straight through the heartland, full of tunnels and rolling hills and farmland. We passed with ease through Kassel, Göttingen and Hanover before chugging into the Hamburger Hauptbahnhof before 11am, a journey of almost 600kms. You can't travel much further in Germany by train unless you do ...

    Leaving Germany

    A travel blog entry by natalierose on Aug 27, 2014

    ... 2 bags, which obviously I wasn't aloud to do. The checkin guy suggested we go wrap the 2 bags together with the glad wrap machine, and it was only €7 so that was cheap! We then rushed back to the same guy to ensure he would allow us to check it in! Which thankfully he did! Although the glad wrap added on a few grams, he was so lovely to have let this happen for me rather than me having to pay €50 for being ...

    Goodbye Graz

    A travel blog entry by curtis_ince on Jul 07, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... specific locations, foods, and events begin to fade, I believe it’s the memories of the people I met from around the world, and the engrossing conversations I had with them, that will endure. I’ll remember enjoying a round of late night schnitzels with Austrians on the way home from a night of clubbing, and playing board games with an Austrian family at Easter, and playing basketball in the pouring rain with my Greenbox roommates.

    I’ll ...