Let’s assume you pass by Germany, with work, school or simply vacation. No matter your destination, an important stop is one of the most sustainable towns in Europe, Germany’s second largest town which combines the cosmopolitan atmosphere of a big city with the coziness and charm of the harbor area: Hamburg.
It’s been awhile since the PGA Merchandise Show in January, but wow, what a show. And now Masters 2016 is finished. We give a big congratulations to Danny Willett from England. GO ENLAND. Great played! He’s also part Swedish actually. By the way, we met a great Swedish company called Out of Bounds during the show in Orlando. They recycle golfballs, actually they are the biggest company in northern Europe.
Hamburg, Germany is divided in seven boroughs, so it is very important that you choose the right borough that will put you close to the attractions you would like to see. There are times in the past that the boroughs have changed, but at this time, there are only seven.
The Grand Elysee Hotel is also found close by Alster Lake and only about a three minute walk to the Dammtor Railway Station. Other close enough attractions to walk to include the main park in Hamburg, a rose garden, a greenhouse, a Japanese garden and several walking trails. The Grand Elysee Hotel is home at Rothenbaumchaussee 10, besides the Church of St. Michael.
The Le Royal Meridien Hotel is home in the heart of Hamburg beside the Alster River. It could be considered to be in the hub of things located at An der Alster 52, 20099 located nearby the trade fair grounds, the city center, historic districts, the UNESCO world heritage sites Kontorhausviertel and Speicherstadt.