Yesterday, it was my pleasure to do a walking tour with a lovely lady from Puerto Rico/USA. We explored the Jewish History of Hamburg, where once more than 20,000 Jews lived. I was a perfect day for a guided tour as the weather was pleasant and we had enough time to chat about different topics. In a whole, we covered the area of Grindel within around two hours of city tour in Hamburg and were perfectly on time for my guest’s airplane to start. It was an incredibly nice tour through Hamburg’s Jewish Quarter as my guest was very interested and knowledgable as well. Thank you, Isabel for the great and inspiring time we had together!
Hamburg receives 2 - The Mönckeberghaus
Staircase up - staircase down in the Mönckeberghaus After the first modern staircase last week, this week, I'll dedicate my blog to a more historical
Hamburg empfängt 2 - Das Mönckeberghaus
Treppauf - Treppab im Mönckeberghaus Nach dem ersten moderneren Treppenhaus letzte Woche, widmen wir uns diese Woche einem etwas historischerem Konto
Hamburg empfängt 1 - Zürichhaus Treppenhaus
Treppauf - Treppab im Zürichhaus Mein Blog im Januar 2021 zum Thema Treppenhäuser in Hamburg beginnt mit einem teils umstrittenen Bau aus den 1990er