Hotel Stadt Altona

Address: Louise-Schroeder-Str. 29, Hamburg, 22767 , Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Altona area of Hamburg, is near Reeperbahn, Hummer Pedersen, Judischer Friedhof, and AZ Matratzenparadies.
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      Last Day

      A travel blog entry by chipperlad on Feb 03, 2015

      ... just as it opened its doors, I was grateful for the warm again as this morning it was 0deg and felt like it too. It was €9 entrance fee so not too expensive, it was an ok museum but nothing special, not very interactive and probably good for school visits etc but at least I could say I had been. I only spent about 90 mins there, it was enough. When I left the museum it was snowing quite hard, I set off to my next destination, thai was an area the reception ...

      Wonderland Day

      A travel blog entry by chipperlad on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... to make it even more lifelike, the planes very cleverly disappeared into the wall as the took off at though it was flying into the clouds. I could go on and on about this attraction but my advice would be to visit for yourselves and for €13 is very good value indeed. I nearly forgot to mention the great cafe/restaurant at the Miniature Wonderland, it's next to the gift shop on your way out and there are lots of options to choose from, it's a self serve but it's ...

      Second Day

      A travel blog entry by chipperlad on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... away. Not far away was the maritime museum, I went in and joined the short line of people waiting, I didn't mind as it was nice and warm inside. It cost €12.50 (£10.00 approx) and was well worth the money, it was displayed over 9 floors and all very well done, some of the larger exhibits had explanations in English but mostly in Deutsch, that didn't cause any problems to be honest. I was in there about 3 hours as there are so many exhibits to ...

      Early Start

      A travel blog entry by chipperlad on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... gentleman asked if I needed help, I must have had that lost look on my face again, he was so helpful and we managed to communicate very well, he was speaking English much better than my German, we had a good chat and he gave me directions to the river and other attractions, what a true gentleman he was, I shook his hand and thanked him very much for his help. On my back to the hotel I was amazed to see dozens of police vehicles parked up and ...

      We have to go north, to go south.

      A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Nov 10, 2014

      ... m really caught up on this. I never thought that a train could go on a ferry! Yesterday was the last day of our road trip. We drove from Bad Wildbad to Cologne where we found a fair/carnival type thing right along the Rhine! We had lunch and checked out the fair before making our way back to the Düsseldorf airport to return our rental car and Jane. Jane made a mess of the ...