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Football pub showing Premiership in Hamburg?

by stevo78

Hi all,

I'm in Hamburg this weekend and would love to see the Newcastle v Blackburn game (1600 CET kick off). Does anyone know of any pubs in the Hamburg area likely to be showing this? Even a hint in the right direction would be great! The game doesn't seem to be on any German channels as such, but is on C+ Sport (D/F/N/S) which I gather to include Denmark - not a million miles away from Hamburg so I'm crossing my fingers! It's also on ART Sport 1, SKY Calcio (Italian channel) and TPS Foot.

Any kind of hint, or the name of a pub to contact who can show any of these would be muchly appreciated. My final resort is to take a train across the border to Denmark, but ideally I'd like to stay in Hamburg.

Cheers!

Steve (devoted Newcastle Utd fan)

RE: Football pub showing Premiership in Hamburg?

by Lemmi

McLeans is definitely your best bet. They have a (not very helpful) website as well http://www.mcleanspub.de/.
Those other irish places hardly ever show football as far as I know. Maybe you can also ask at The London Pub, Hans Albers Platz 18, 20359 Hamburg (St. Pauli) close to S-Reeperbahn.
Cheers,
Lemmi

Travel Tips for Hamburg

JULY-AUGUST: Duckstein Food and Music Festival

by ericaj.

The annual 10 day, 3 city festival presented by Duckstein Beer corporation celebrating art,culture, and cuisine. The weekend features full days of music concerts from acclaimed local and national music acts, as well as other stages featuring performance artists, comedy, acrobats, and children's activities. Artisans and the city's most popular restaurants set up kiosks selling everything from gemstone jewelry, to exotic food from around the globe. There is also, of course, plenty of wine and sekt dealers present, and an abundance of Duckstein Beer.

Vintage Shopping on the Cheap!

by ericaj. about Kleidermarkt

For fashion lovers who LIVE for vintage clothes, Kleidermarkt is an age-old institution amongst Hamburg's young, flighty, and fashionable, and rarely fails to disappoint. If you're the type of person who takes your fashion inspiration not only (or not necessarily)from magazines, but from your own sense of fashion history and style, this is the vintage store for you. Kleidermarkt has clothing from eras ranging from the 1960's to present day, and is partcularly strong in dresses, and coats for both men and women. The shops are well organized, separated not only clothing catagory, but also by color. So you won't have to spend a lot of time searching for a mens printed summer shirt or a ladies short black dress.

Normal operating hours from 10am-7pm Mon to Friday. The strongest departments in kleidermarkt stores are for coats, women's skirts and dresses, women's hats, and men's shirts. It's the kind of store where you can watch a vintage tv show, get an idea for a dress or men's coat you'd like to have, then you could stop at any one of the Kleidermarkts around town and would have about a 70% chance of finding what inspired you.

***Kleidermarkt Locations with The Best Merchandise Selections****

1. Kleidermarkt
Max Brauer Allee 174
22765 Hamburg
(from Altona Bahnhof), Bus #20-S Rubenkamp, or #115- Alsterchausee, or #283-Lagenfelder Damm "Max-Brauer-Allee(mitte)"

2. Kleidermarkt
Nuer Kamp 23
20357 Hamburg
Bus #3-Rathaus or Bahn U3 to "Feldstrasse", directly across the street from the exit on the corner of Neuer Kamp & Sternstrasse

3. Kleidermarkt Grosseberstrasse
Altona Bahnhof, exit Grossebergstrasse to pedestrian shopping walkway, walk approx. 1 block down Grossebergstrasse, Kleidermarkt is on the left. Items start from 3 euro for vintage hats and shirts to about 50 euro for vintage for leather coats. On average you can go into Kleidermarkt with 15 euro and come out with something (or several things) that you really like.

a free Hafenrundfahrt with your Hamburg-Card

by globetrott

The public transportation-system of Hamburg includes also a few shipping-lines and that way all holders of a Hamburg-card or other day-tickets could save a lot of money, as they will not need to go on a regular Hafenrundfahrt) and still explore some interesting parts of Hamburger Hafen (port).
My favorite line was #62, leaving every 15 minutes at St.Pauli Landungsbruecken and taking you through the port along the river Elbe to Oevelgoenne and finally to Finkenwerder at the south-bank of the Elbe.
The total cruise to Finkenwerder takes about 35 minutes, and when you calculate a bit in advance, you could even make such a tour in the right moment, when big cruise-liners are sailing through the port of Hamburg, because these small ships will not change their itinerary...
besides #62 there is also #61 taking you from Landungsbruecken to Kohlbrandbruecke
#73 and #75 will take you through different parts of the industrial port

Otto Von Bismark

by Bushman23

This massive statue was built in honour of Otto Von Bismark, who seems to ahve unified germany in the 19th Century. It was erected in the early 20th Century. He was apparently a very popular ruler, except among Catholics (as I found out from Aga) due to the Kulturkampf program.
The statue is still in good condition, though as with everything else these days, the lower reaches are adorned with grafitti.

St. Ansgar at Trostbr├╝cke

by Leipzig

This bridge dates back to the 9th century and is the oldest of Hamburg. It has been remodeled several times. Today's bridge was constructed in 1881 and features statues like the one of St Ansgar, archbishop of the city in 9th century.

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