Hotel am See

Address: Kluetzer Strasse 17a, Hamburg, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kluetzer Strasse 17a, Hamburg, is near Aussenalster and Innenalster.
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Travel Blogs from Hamburg

First looks

A travel blog entry by robselclark on Aug 04, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

After some online reconnaissance we ventured into the city today for a look around. We drove to a local train station and had no trouble buying day passes from a vending machine for €6 each. Parking was a little drama - the 'park n ride' we drove into closed at 9pm and there was a chance we'd be back later than that. So we parked on the street and stressed about getting a ticket (no, thankfully). Trains were comfortable, clean and convenient, and ran ...


A travel blog entry by robselclark on Aug 04, 2015

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The Federal Republic of Germany has 16 states (including the city-states of Berlin, Hamburg and Bremen) and they include districts and then thousands of municipalities. Ivonne and Christiaen Bluecher's house is in the municipality of Henstedt-Ulzburg (pop. 28,000) within the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Their house is about a 30-minute drive north of ...


A travel blog entry by robselclark on Aug 03, 2015

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Itinerary: Brisbane to Frankfurt on Thai Royal Silk. 20.5 hr plane time plus a 3.5 hr connection in Bangkok. Boeing 777-300ER first then an Airbus A380-800 to Frankfurt. Another 3 hr wait in Frankfurt then 65 min to Hamburg via a Lufthansa Airbus A319-100, 138 seats 3x3. Finally, arrive at Hamburg Flughafen at 10:05am local, 31 hours after leaving home. Some of the 777 middle seats were side-by-side, but most of them were isolated ...

To Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by durieux on Aug 01, 2015

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... fields of yellow wheat glide by as we move further north. In Hamburg we have time for some good German sausage, but I feel ripped off when I have to pay 2,50 euro for a bottle of water. Just imagine the profit margin!

The next 5 hours a packed train brings us north, through Sleswig Holstein, not only memorable for its strife-torn history, but also because its cows, crossed with our Dutch variety, produced the world's most productive dairy cow, the Friesian Holstein. ...

Starting a New Year in a New City

A travel blog entry by j_and_r_2015 on Jan 01, 2015

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... of storms that were predicted for later that afternoon. We booked our tour with Stadtrundfahrt Line A. If we had been able to hop off, the locations and attractions the bus went to were great; unfortunately the guide gave more information and made it funnier (according to the laughter on the bus) in German than he did ...