Ich bin Sooffietje aus Amsterdam. Ich bin Qyper seit dem 15.09.2007
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Bahrenfelder Straße 331, 22761 Hamburg
I was really excited about going to Altamira; I had heard many good things about it! Unfortunately I had an extremely annoying experience at the Finanzambt, ánd got lost in Altona when trying to find the restaurant, so I was kind of in a very bad mood when finally arriving at Altamira...after 50 minutes of walking in the rain!!
Anyway, when being in a bad mood, I needed a drink right away, and something to eat as fast as possible. Well, suprisingly enough, that´s exactely what happened!! Within 5 minutes I was staring at my delicious Caiprihna (and the waiter even apologised that I might take a while...??), and 10 minutes later all the tapas arrived. Incredibly fast-service, despite that it was pretty crowded inside.
The tapas were huge, unexpected because normally you get ridiciously small portions, what makes tapas an expensive event. But here, only two plates of tapas will do. Ofcourse we ordered too much, expecting the first to happen, but it was tasty and our bad moods turned into good moods...leaving us very satisfied.
The only bad thing about Altamira is the inside temperature. When you see people having dinner in their t-shirts (during winter..) and their faces turn red, you´ll know it´s too warm.
Great tapas, perfect service, nice atmosphere and cosy interior.
Willy-Brandt-Straße 60, 20457 Hamburg
The St. Nikolai tower is absolute worth visiting if you want to learn more about Hamburg´s history and enjoy it´s beautiful architecture.
In front of the St. Nikolai you can find some really interesting art/monuments, relating to the war and it´s remembrance.
For a lousy 3 euros you take the elevator, to the height of 76meters. From here, a fantastic, breathtaking view over Hamburg´s harbour and city centre welcomes you.
Interesting photos are showed with stories about the war; it´s bombings and what was left of Hamburg. Sad to see how many buildings had been distroyed..but great to compare these pictures to the view of modern Hamburg.
Well, I think they did a great job!
Bartelsstraße 21, 20357 Hamburg
Souperia offers some pretty great soups. I think I already tried all of them..Keep coming back to see if they offer another new, original one.
My absolute favorite is the kokos-mohre soup; something with kokos, carrot, vegetables and limeleaf. Yummy! Try them in the store, and read a magazine, but take-away is an option as well.
If you´re not sure which one to have, the staff offers you to try whatever you like, so that you can make up your mind.
The soups are served with bread (really fresh) on the side.
Thirsty? Try out the special cold herb tea, great bottles and from china (actually...no idea where from)! Healthy and something special.
Beim Schlump 15, 20144 Hamburg
Bond bar is one that actually tries too hard to be cool and posh. If you´re trying to create a fancy, chique, ´james bond´ themed bar, then do it right and include expensive interior items.
What I mean is: The ´marmer´ is made of plastic, the white seats look comfy but they´re actually not, and if you want to work with plasma screens; then apply more then two.
Anyhow, the cocktail range is extensive. I tried one called Moneypenny, and besides it looked good, it even tasted fantastic! You could not tell that there was vodka in it...but ok, just for the thought of a´cocktail´ enough.
Since we were here on a wednesday we got offered free nuts. Great, I didn´t even realised that I was hungry..but after seeing these..let´s eat & enjoy.
Overall, Bond is a nice bar, a bit too expensive though, but I´m sure lots of people will have a great time here. I probably won´t be back as it wasn´t an overwelming experience to me. If I want to spend money, I would spend it somewhere else..somewhere truly posh.
Bahrenfelder Str. 142, 22765 Hamburg
The red lounge is, how preditable, totally covered in reds. Huge, comfy sofas welcome you when you enter, and at the room in the back a dj´s plays music on weekends. Happy hour is from 6 till 8pm, and they definitely have a few good ones to try!
Choose from lots of different kinds of tea´s and they even have my favorite mint tea, the one served with real leafs and honey. The ´apfeltorte´ on the side is fantastic, tasty apples and not too sweet.
Service is great, and the prices are reasonable.
Great atmosphere, nice fashionable interior, relaxing vibe.
Goaßleit´n 491, 5754 Hinterglemm
The Goaßstall knows exactely how to attract people up the mountain. Located just 30 meters up the mountain, still on the slopes, in the centre of Hinterglemm and next to the main lifts.
If you´re skiing down at the end of the day it´s impossible not to go here as loud music welcomes you even before you get down the slopes.
Glühwein, heiße chokolade, wurst, apres ski music and populair charts, surrounded by snow and ice...this is a typically Austrian venue for vacation in the snow! Thinking of apres ski, this is how it
should be! Starting 7pm the restaurants opens!
The only disadvantage is that it´s located a bit up the mountain, which is ok if you´re still on the slopes at the end of the day, but less fun if you have to climb up, after a shower and dinner in the valley. Don´t get me wrong, it´s totally worth it...although it´s only packed with young people (for a reason...if you feel old ánd had an exhausting day on the slopes...you probably would not want to climb up the mountain again..!!).
They usually play rock and charts, sometimes a bit too loud to have an actual conversation..but ok, you´re here to party so whatever!
The interior is great! Decorated with fake goats, stuff that reminds you of snow, and dark wooden tables and chairs..no better, the whole venue is made out of wood, even the bar! People end up dancing on the tables..and yes, that´s alloud!
Only thing is...how to get down after a night of partying at this
venue? Slide down is the best option, as walking will make you slip for sure (there is no path down, only a lot of snow..). Me and my friends tried this before with old garbagebags...but unfortunately we were still as soaked as we would have been without!!
Dorfstrasse 222, 5754 Hinterglemm
The Apresworld, just in the centre of Hinterglemm, is a typically apres-ski venue where you basically never get bored of. The Tanzhimmel is where you go for apres-ski, and close to dinner time you can except live bands and a lounge if you get tired of partying in your, now way too warm, skiing outfit!
The restaurant Knappenstube is just next door, and it´s not even strange to show up like you´ve just left the mountain...great because practically almost all the other restaurants in Hinterglemm are pretty upscale. It´s also cheap, and they have an extensive menu with tasty food.
Still hungry? The take away pizza place just up the stairs is opened all day!
By night, the nightclub in the basement opens it´s doors. The London pub is fun and almost always packed with people during the whole season. Music varying from Hiphop to Schlager and House to Pop, they always have something special to offer. The bar gives away free shots to the skiing/snowboard teachers, so be sure to hang with them! Both Tanzhimmel as The London Pub are opened till the early hours..if you still have the energy though!
This is the ultimate place to be!!
Strandkai, Hafencity, 20457 Hamburg
The Stubnitz is an amazing venue. Unfortunately it won´t be in Hamburg too long. Better, it´s travelling through Europe!!
I have now visited the Stubnitz in Amsterdam and Hamburg; two totally different parties though. Underground Electro fun in Amsterdam, and Rock n´Wrestling in Hamburg!
Both absolutely worth it, and don´t worry, even if you´re not a fan of the music, the fact that you´re on a ship makes it entertaining enough.
Check it out!
Rathausmarkt 1, 20095 Hamburg
The Parlament is hidden in the Rathaus ´basement´?; the reason why I probably have never seen it before.
Inside the interior is really majestic and richly ornated. The crowd is a bit older, up against 40.
The atmosphere is quite formal, but fits fine with the venue. The food seems to be expensive, but I haven´t tried it yet.
Nice to take your parents, or just enjoy a typically businesslike/historical spot in Hamburg. Tourist or not.
Warmoestraat 69, 1012 Amsterdam
I love this place! Delicious all over!
Also one of the only places in Amsterdam (affordable) were you can acutally have a typically English high tea. Ok, it´s not the same, but the concept is similar. The scones are something totally different (how come they´re named scones?) but the clotted cream and homemade marmelade is extremely tasty! Ofcourse we ate way too much, and had to sit down for a least an hour before moving. Not a problem though; the interior is really cute with long wooden tables, big chairs right from the livingroom, housecats (they were mean...!!), great service, and last but not least...the smell is delicious! Freshly made bread and pies all day!
There is also one near the museumquarter, at the Roelof Hartstraat 68, and at the Westergasfabriek (Amsterdam-West). These are both smaller and located in a less touristic area.
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