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Going to Germany for RT!
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01/25/2011 21:38
spanishbuddha 

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01/25/2011 21:38
spanishbuddha 

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Hamburg

Maybe I should open a new thread for this?

Any tips and pointers of things to do and see in Hamburg would be greatly appreciated.

I've purchased a phrase book, got a travel book from the library, but personal experiences from others might be best.

I like piano, music, tennis, shopping (well not me but the family will be grateful), parks, relaxing, architecture.

Thanks

01/25/2011 21:46
Larry 
01/25/2011 21:46
Larry 
Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Robert Mirka, a sufferer from CANADA has given a good description about what to do in HAMBURG:

Here is the link:

http://www.strahlenzentrum-hamburg.de/pa...enmeinungen.php

The whole story of ROBERT is well written and easy to read and you see "all the actors of the show"

All the best to you and have a safe trip ! Larry

Edited 01/25/11 23:52

01/25/2011 23:04
Cyclist 
01/25/2011 23:04
Cyclist 

Re: Going to Germany for RT!

spanishbuddha:
Maybe I should open a new thread for this?

Any tips and pointers of things to do and see in Hamburg would be greatly appreciated.

I've purchased a phrase book, got a travel book from the library, but personal experiences from others might be best.

I like piano, music, tennis, shopping (well not me but the family will be grateful), parks, relaxing, architecture.

Thanks

Hi Spanishbuddha
I don't mind sharing this thread at all as it is very much on my mind what to do while in Hamburg as well

It's going to be a bit challenging shifting gears from a hot summer in Sydney to a cold winter in Hamburg. Also, as it rarely tips below 15 degrees (celcius) here, I think I will have to pack every warm item of clothing I own!

I'm thinking I might go for art galleries, museums, explore parks (weather permitting) and maybe even catch some good german cinema as I understand German. Not sure if Hamburg has this, but some German cinemas have an English cinema night at least once a week, where they dubb or have subtitles. If you can understand a bit of German, it's really fun watching American /English movies dubbed in German.

Feel free to keep in touch to swap ideas

All the best
Di

01/26/2011 04:41
wach 

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01/26/2011 04:41
wach 

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Re: Going to Germany for RT!

You can find Robert's story also on our web site under "Personal experiences"

http://www.dupuytren-online.info/dupuytr...xperiences.html

Wolfgang

Larry:
Robert Mirka, a sufferer from CANADA has given a good description about what to do in HAMBURG:

Here is the link:

http://www.strahlenzentrum-hamburg.de/pa...enmeinungen.php

The whole story of ROBERT is well written and easy to read and you see "all the actors of the show"

All the best to you and have a safe trip ! Larry

02/11/2011 08:26
Cyclist 
02/11/2011 08:26
Cyclist 

Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Hi All
One week to go and counting. I've scheduled a 60 km moderate level cycling event one week after treatment - is this a bit ambitious? I'll check with the Prof when I have my treatment, just in case!

Di

02/11/2011 14:56
debrr 
02/11/2011 14:56
debrr 
Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Hi Di!
Jeez, I thought I had missed your scheduled time in Germany....so glad I haven't!!
Are you getting excited now? Do you know what your treatment protocol is yet? I am so excited for you!!I think it would be wise to check with the Prof. on your cycling event.
Debbie

02/11/2011 14:59
Chobe2 
02/11/2011 14:59
Chobe2 
Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Cyclist:
Hi All
One week to go and counting. I've scheduled a 60 km moderate level cycling event one week after treatment - is this a bit ambitious? I'll check with the Prof when I have my treatment, just in case!

Di

Hi Di,

I'm coming to the conclusion that Germany is where I'll be going also even though insurance would cover my treatment here in the US. Have a safe trip and please post as much as you can. Even little details regarding the hotel, restaurants and of course, the treatment itself would be very interesting.

Take care,
Diane

02/11/2011 20:20
spanishbuddha 

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02/11/2011 20:20
spanishbuddha 

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Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Cyclist:
Hi All
One week to go and counting. I've scheduled a 60 km moderate level cycling event one week after treatment - is this a bit ambitious? I'll check with the Prof when I have my treatment, just in case!

Di

Di, looks like we might overlap. Happy to meet up for a lunch and chat perhaps. I don't really drink (alcohol) so avoid bars. PM me if you want and I'll drop you my mobile number.

02/12/2011 10:37
Cyclist 
02/12/2011 10:37
Cyclist 

Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Hi Spanishbuddha
That would be a coincidence - when are you going?
Di

02/12/2011 10:39
Cyclist 
02/12/2011 10:39
Cyclist 

Re: Going to Germany for RT!

Hi Debbie and Diane
Thanks for your posts and good wishes - I will be sure to share lots of information with everyone.
Di

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