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Moorkamp 5, Hamburg, 20357, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Eimsbüttel area of Hamburg, is near Grosse Freiheit 36, Hein und Fiete, Logo, and Das Foto.
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    Travel Blogs from Hamburg

    Please wake me up for meals

    A travel blog entry by gosia_kuba on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... tak jakoś znienacka i podstępnie. I nagle okazuje się, że trzeba zajrzeć do lodówki i skonsumować lub utylizować wszystko, co podczas tych trzech tygodni naszej nieobecności mogło by zacząć żyć własnym życiem. W moim przypadku ukoronowaniem dość urozmaiconej kolacji - już na lotnisku - staje się konsumpcja jednego litra kefiru, popicie przeterminowanym o dwa tygodnie smoothiem i zalanie całości ...

    Hamburg

    A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... will go for dinner tomorrow night!!!

    The next morning we set off to do the usual tourist things on the Hop On
    Hop Off bus, more greats sights were seen. We jumped off the bus at the Rathaus
    (Town Hall) and had a look around the area. The Rathaus was old worldly in
    appearance and really well kept. This was around lunchtime so we bought some
    really nice rolls went to Starbucks for a coffee and ...

    Catching up

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 29, 2014

    ... cruise for the english language dependants which also had a German translation. Hamburg is Germany's largest sea port, even though its 120km from the sea. It also claims to be one of the largest harbours in the world, so it was very interesting viewing the harbour from water level as we kept dodging bigger boats. Even less desire to swim there than Sydney Harbour! We had a slight detour due to the low tide making it dangerous to follow the stated route. Cranes, functional and ...

    Luneburg

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 28, 2014

    ... corridors and varying floor levels all linked together. Some interesting memorobelia scattered around the landings.

    Wandering through the historic centre, it became obvious that "squish" was the only way to describe the buildings. Rarely were walls square to the adjacent building, walls bulged, such that one is referred to as the "pregnant house", windows not level with anything. Very different to every other German ...

    Elberadweg - Day 1 - 4 Hamburg to Lauenburg

    A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... the Hamburg airport.

    Day 2

    The most striking thing about Hamburg aside from its many canals, lakes and rivers is the lack of any tall buildings. It appears there must be some kind of by-law restricting buildings over about 5 stories. We spent the day cycling around the city. Found the bike route out of town and then followed the River Elbe north to the harbour. Lots of construction everywhere mixing ...