Park Inn by Radisson Hamburg Nord
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn by Radisson Hamburg Nord
The property is some distance from central city, but there's a bus stop across the street from the property. The price is fair for the accommodation, but breakfast will cost over $20.
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... recommended but it was about 45 mins walk, it was hard going as it snowed all the way and I was cold again, when I got there the area was nice, just an old shopping area with nice little coffee shops and shops selling local produce and crafts, I didn't hang about as the weather was awful so headed back to the hotel and collected my bag. It was now only 3.00pm and my flight didn't leave till 8.00pm, I was at a loose end so decided to head to the airport where at least ...
... more time waiting for the green man to appear on the road crossings, people in Germany do not cross until the green man shows, I don't know what happens if you do cross as I haven't seen anyone do it yet, anyway I arrived about 9.45 thinking it would be quiet at that time, ok nobody told me all the kids were off school today, I don't know if it was a public holiday or just half term but it was full of families, kids were running about and being noisy, now I sound like a ...
... but I zipped up my coat over my chin and walked quickly to keep warm. There were dozens of joggers going around the lake all of different ages, nice to see so many people keeping fit and healthy. I walked back past the Hbf and went inside for a warm, it was very busy as always, it's the main hub for local trains and national trains such as the ice train also the underground trains stop here too, I have added a few photos of this and a short video, it's a ...
It's a early morning flight to Hamburg, 7.30am from Birmingham airport so up at 4.00am and on the road for 4.30am. I was a little worried about the weather as snow had been forecast over night, I only saw a couple of flurries on the way to the airport so not as bad as they forecast thankfully. Arrived at the Airparks at 5.45 and quickly onto the bus, it's amazing how busy it is for so early in the day, the bus is nearly full, lots of people with ...
... to it on the simulcast since we were going to be gone all afternoon and I needed to pack. I uploaded another blog when I was done and we went and had lunch on the Lido deck.
While we ate lunch, we watched our arrival into Hamburg. The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is the second largest of the 16 Federal States (city-states) of Germany and is the 2nd largest port in Europe and 10th largest in the world. It was part of the Hanseatic League ...