Mercure Hotel Hamburg am Volkspark

Address: Albert Einstein Ring 2, Hamburg, 22761, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Altona area of Hamburg, is near Fabrik Kultur und Kommunikationszentrum, Baren-Treff, Casa Latina, and Hamburgs kleinstes Kaufhaus.
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          Back in the Air

          A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Sep 11, 2015

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          ... on the silks with my partner. We spent the first six weeks attempting to make my descent from the top look less like a dinosaur hatching out of an egg (his eloquent words, not mine) and more like a beautiful goddess emerging from the clouds. Of course, that mission was just barely accomplished and performed a measly two times before they realised the safety certificate on the aerials had expired a month previously and it could be a good idea to oh, say stop climbing ...

          Our last supper with Mali :(

          A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Sep 02, 2015

          12 photos

          ... to be fighting a losing battle, and watching Garfield the movie. Meanwhile Lyndon, Mali and I had a lovely Thai meal which is a real treat for us over here as we have to stay away from Thai when eating out because of Lil’s nut allergy. It was quite special to spend our last night eating out with Mali as that is also how we spent our first night with her back in Albury all those months ago. The kids were at gymnastics and we had no idea what to feed this new member of ...

          Germany vs Australia? Nah, everyone for themselves

          A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Sep 01, 2015

          17 photos

          ... sure if it was Hamburg or not as there wasn’t anything written in English) looked prior to, during and after WWII. Quite an impact on the senses to see the devastation caused by the war, very sad. It is hard to imagine how anyone survived, let alone rebuilt the towns and cities.

          And the last section was the hugest miniature world I have seen, there was so much to see that ot was impossible to take it all in. My favourite sections were the airport where we saw ...

          Born in Liverpool, raised in Hamburg!

          A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Aug 29, 2015

          7 comments, 30 photos

          ... standing at 132.1m high!

          We walked down Bergstrasse (Mountain Street) so named because it is the highest point in Hamburg, a lofty 8 metres above sea level!! Here was where it all began. Ground zero. A small settlement called Hamerburg; burg meaning fortress and Hamer meaning hill. Suddenly the roar of two Black Ferraris had everyone, including Ralph who had stopped mid-sentence, turning to see where the source of the noise was coming from. The Ferraris powered ...

          Hamburg, Germany

          A travel blog entry by shazell on Oct 27, 2014

          17 photos

          ... and sat down for a beer right in the centre of the Reeperbahn. Lucy had purchased the biggest kinder egg so ate this while staring at the sights, a man in drag was her favourite! After dinner in the van which consisted of horrid tin hamburgers, after all we were in Hamburg, we popped out for more tat shopping and ended up in The Hard Rock Cafe for cocktails. As we walked in the meeter, greeter welcomed us and asked ...