25hours Hotel, Hamburg

Placed in the central of HafenCity district near to the famous Elbe River. Surrounded by Boats, Ships, Shipping Containers, Anchors and the witty Stories from the Sailors, not only as a real backdrop but every part of each also as the main Inspirations for this hotel.

While you stroll around the neighbour, your eyes will be spoiled with all the Authentic Historical Port scenes and buildings combined with modern infrastructures which making our Exploration more pleasant.

Crossing the river with the Ship for the enchant Famous Musical Theater in the evening or tracing the Elbe Tunnel placed 24M beneath the surface under the Elbe River, which connected Central Hamburg from the Port to the south side of the Elbe River or enjoying the breathtaking panoramic view of the City and the Harbour from the top of Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall should be a great option to explore the district.

After all the fun, before heading back to the Cabin, ask the receptionist for the Sauna’s bag, contained within all the needs for enjoying the cozy and lofty Sauna’s room in the top of the Building. And after that relaxing moment, when your belly is craving for good meals, just go to the ground-floor to The Heimat Kitchen+Bar where serves daily fresh and tasty foods and beverages.

Ahoy…Greetings from 25hours Hotel HafenCity Hamburg.

 

 

 

 

Liege, Belgium

One from other fascinating benefits live in Europe, is that we can go to other different Countries easily. Even to do the Country hopp-ing in one day it’s still possible (superb, isn’t it..?). Supported by Ace alternative transportations to reach each destination, we are spoiled. With only 2 hours drive, we’ve reached Liege-Belgium, drove through Aachen-Germany and do a stop over at Maastricht-Netherland (which i will post about it too,..next).

This gorgeous City sits in the valley of the Meuse River, known for crowded Folks Festival, Nightlife, Eletro-rock and Jazz Festival. The Breath-taking (for me, literally) Stairway of The Montagne de Bueren, The Prince-Bishops Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and so many old and beautiful houses in the small and narrow steps which led us to the secrets Alley games (still wondering how the Postman deliver all those posts). But however, for me the most memorable sweet memories about Liege, off course those melted buttery Waffles.