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Trip Report Hamburg: Europe's Hidden Gem!

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I just got back from spending three beautiful days in Hamburg. The city is amazing, and is certainly one of the most overlooked places in Europe.

It is located right on the water, with the Elbe and the two large lakes providing much of the city's beauty. There are lots of attractions, including boat cruises, architectre tours, and museums.

I also ate well there. From small hole-in-the-wall places to Michelin starred ones, there is a lot of really good cuisine offered in the city.

I wrote about the trip on my blog, and put lots of photos and videos on the post if you want to see more: http://www.aladyinlondon.com/2011/07/hamburg-travel.html.

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