Category Archives: Hamburg

Wordless Wednesday: Hamburg Port

Every May, Hamburg Port celebrates its anniversary.  Happy 824th anniversary Hamburg Port!!

A ship bearing down in Hamburg Port.  Photo copyright dpa / picture alliance

A ship bearing down in Hamburg Port. Photo copyright dpa / picture alliance

Photo dpa / picture alliance

Photo dpa / picture alliance

The Hamburg Port by night.  Photo copyright dpa /picture alliance

The Hamburg Port by night. Photo copyright dpa /picture alliance

 

 

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Wordless Wednesday: The Hamburg Marathon

On April 21st, around 15,000 runners amassed in Hamburg for the Haspa Marathon Hamburg.

Thousands of supporters came out to support the runners.  Photo copyright dpa

Thousands of supporters came out to support the runners. Photo copyright dpa

The runners hit the streets.  Photo copyright dpa

The runners hit the streets. Photo copyright dpa

A Kenyian named Eliud Kipchoge won the marathon this year.  Photo copyright dpa

A Kenyian named Eliud Kipchoge won the marathon this year. Photo copyright dpa

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Hamburg, Germany: Top Ten Reasons I Love Living Here

Despite my fear of heights I climbed around 500 steps up to the top of St. Petri’s Church and it was worth it to get this gorgeous view of this beautiful city! Photo Kristi Fuoco

How do I love thee Hamburg? Let me count the ways! As an expat it’s really easy after a while to just focus on the negative aspects of your new culture or country. And the thing is, we really do need to get things off our chest sometimes and we need other expats to complain to—this life ain’t easy folks! Every little day to day activity is more difficult in a foreign country, and even though many of us Canadians are descended from Europeans, there is still a rather elephant-sized cultural mountain between us at times. So, since Thanksgiving just passed (well the US one anyway) and Christmas is coming, I thought I would do my best to put on my hat of positivity and focus some of my favorite things about living in Hamburg, Germany.

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My New German Love

YG Blogger Kristi has found the love of her life in Germany.

Alright, I can’t keep it in anymore. In fact I have to tell the whole world. I’m twitterpated. I’m smitten. I’m in deep smit. People told me it would happen but I didn’t really believe them. I blame my cousin Greg who basically set us up and wouldn’t stop singing my new lover’s praises. Everyone agrees that he is beautiful. I haven’t met anyone who didn’t think this, in fact. I think my parents are gonna love him. They’ve even met him briefly and I’m pretty sure they thought he was nice.

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First Impressions of Hamburg: A Photo Essay

A warm welcome to Kristi Fuoco, our latest Young Germany contributer.  Kristi has recently moved to Hamburg and will be blogging on her experience getting settled in Germany.

There’s nothing like a new city to overwhelm your senses and excite you in unexpected ways, especially a European one. For my first blog post on Hamburg I decided to let the photos do most of the talking and feature some of my very first shots of the downtown area (and a few others thrown in for good measure) on this “Wordless Wednesday”.  Saves me writing a thousand words, right? Lots more photos to come soon!  All photos copyright Kristi Fuoco.

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37. Hamburger Ballett-Tage

Dance – Song – Parzival
An interview with star baritone Thomas Hampson.
Questions by Andrea C. Röber

On July 1, 2011, a special performance of Parzival – Episodes and Echo takes place as part of the 37th “Hamburger Ballett-Tage” festival: The US-star baritone Thomas Hampson sings The Wound-Dresser, John Adams’ version of a poem by Walt Whitman transformed into music and song.

Thomas Hampson
Thomas Hampson © Dario Acosta

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