HOTELS IN HAMBURG - HOTEL NEAR LUCAS OIL STADIUM
MacBook PRO 13" sleeve HAMPSHIRE Gray/Dark brown - 100 % Merino woolfelt and pure vegetable tanned leather - Made in Germany, Hamburg
This laptop sleeve HAMPSHIRE of the Pack & Smooch collection is made from 100% natural materials. 100% Merino wool (Made in Germany) 100% vegetable tanned leather (most of the other leather is chrome-tanned) Our wool felt has a unit mass of 900g/m? and with a thickness of 3 mm it provides excellent protection for your laptop. Felt is water repellent, insulating and anti-static. While the material offers aesthetically strength it is also soft to the touch. At the bottom you will find finest leather pads made from 100% vegetable tanned leather which makes it comfortable to carry. The sleeve is designed to have a front pocket to fit some stuff like sheets, CD?s, USB-Stick or a pen. This pocket also protects the snaps to be in contact with your laptop. Surrounded just by wool this sleeve will keep your laptop heavenly soft. All sleeves are handmade in my studio in Hamburg. Design and manufacturing Dipl. Designer Clemens Burkert Material 100% wool felt and around 1/8" thick 100% vegetable tanned leather Snap & rivet from Prym TM (nickelfree) Color Felt: Gray Leather: Dark Brown This sleeve fits: 13" MacBook® which is 0.95" x 13.00" x 9.12" (2,74cm x 33,03cm x 23,7cm) 13" MacBook Pro® which is 0.95" x 12.78" x 8.94" ( 2,41cm x 32,5cm x 22,7cm)75% (15)
East hotel Hamburg, restaurant
It doesn't show very well, but in the walls are private alcoves for secluded dining... This space is lovely. Food really good as well, the kitchen certainly matches the swanky style of the hotel. I was pleasantly surprised that dishes were kept simple and focused though, not as over the top as the rest of the place.Hotel Graf Moltke
A view to the great and formidable Hotel Graf Moltke in Hamburg. This Photo was shot on February 2009.
A cultural guide to a colorful European destination that has been overlooked for too long, Hamburg has much to offer its 8 million annual visitors.Related topics:
It is a popular misconception that Hamburg is a coastal city. In fact, despite possessing Europe's second-busiest port, this "amphibious city" lies some 65 miles from the North Sea. Its long-standing image as a "city without culture" is also something of a myth. When the poet Heine remarked that in Hamburg "the customs are English," he was referring to its no-nonsense mercantile ethos which dates back to the era of the Hanseatic League. Yet even in Heine's day the "celebrated philistinism" of the city fathers was balanced by a tradition of private philanthropy: Hamburg has long been a city of culture as well as commerce.
Although the traumas of twentieth-century German history are never far from the surface, Hamburg has become an attractive city full of color and contrast. With a population of nearly two million it is one of the largest cities in the European Union not to enjoy the status of a national capital. Above all, as Germany's "gateway to the world," it is a cosmopolitan city, whose culture has been shaped by those passing through as much as by those who stayed.
Matthew Jefferies explores a city-state boasting the highest per capita GDP in Germany, but where ostentatious displays of wealth are shunned; a place synonymous with fast food and beer, in which fine dining and luxury shopping abound; a city without palaces, castles or cathedrals, yet bursting with monuments and memorials. With nearly eight million visitors each year, Hamburg is fast becoming one of Europe's most popular city-break destinations: it is a city well worth getting to know.
-CITY OF WATER AND FIRE: the Elbe, the Alster, and more bridges (around 2,500) than Venice and Amsterdam combined; a city devastated by the "Great Fire" of 1842 and the Allied "firestorm" of July 1943, but twice rebuilt anew.
-CITY OF BRICK AND NEON: the Speicherstadt "warehouse city"; Fritz HA?A?A‚A¶ger's expressionist Chilehaus; and Fritz Schumacher's vision of a "liveable metropolis"; St. Pauli, the Reeperbahn and the Beatles.
-THE WORLD CITY: Hamburg's colonial past; embarkation point for millions of European migrants to the New World; and home to the "father of the modern zoo."
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