Hamburg Fischmarkt

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by anitaellen83 on January 6, 2009

We got up really early and ventured out into the 30 degree weather and six inch deep snow to see the Hamburg Fischmarkt. Some nice ladies out at 5am on a Sunday morning told us which bus to take to get there. It was so cold, and just when we were about to leave, I found a nice hat for sale for 5 E. This compelled me to stick it out in the weather. We stumbled upon a big warehouse where there was food and an 80s cover band called "Touch Down" playing. We got some delicious fish and chips and then danced to the music. We toured the city and looked at all the statues situated along the water. We stumbled upon an old cathedral that had been partly destroyed in World War II. We ate dinner at an Italian restaurant called "Pappa Razzi." It was very quaint. We then set out to see the Reeperbahn to hit the bars. Among the strip clubs, we found a little bar that was quiet to take in a Ramazzolata and some "Kleiner Feigling." Overall an eventful and exciting journey.
Hamburg Fischmarkt
Große Elbstraße at the Bank of Elbe River
Hamburg, Germany, 22767

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