Past Meetup

Sunday E-Tisch downtown at the ParkHyatt-Hotel "Apples Bar"

Apples Bar ParkHyatt-Hotel Hamburg

Bugenhagenstraße 8 · Hamburg

How to find us

Listen for the sweet sounds of English! (The bar is on the second floor.)

Location image of event venue


Hi everyone,

On Sunday, 17 February 2013, the E-Tisch will head to a brand new location: "Apples Bar" at the ParkHyatt Hotel Hamburg. Here is more information:

Not only are there 45 seats in the bar itself, but the Park Lounge and the Apples Restaurant are in the adjacent rooms. (And any smokers can puff away to their content in the separate Smokers' Lounge around the corner.)

Curious? Here are the details:

Time: Sunday late afternoon 17 February 2013 starting at 17:00.

Place: "Apples Bar", Bugenhagenstraße 8, 20095 Hamburg (downtown)

Subway ways: U-3 Mönckebergstr. (Or stop at the Hauptbahnhof: it is also not far away! For those with a car, there usually are some spaces in the area on Sundays.)

Price of admission: Zero Euros. (No student discounts available.)

Attendance: Between 30 and 150 people. This time probably 60 or so again ... but who knows? :-)

Many “Grüße”,
Chapin, Tom, Steffy, Sylvia, Canadian Bob, and David (and lots of international E-Tisch-people!)

An E-Tisch joke:

A woman was taking a long, lazy nap late in the afternoon on the day before Valentine’s Day. When her husband arrived home that evening from a long day at work, his opening the front door awoke her. Excitedly, she told him: “Honey, I just had a wonderful dream! I dreamt that you gave me a gorgeous and expensive diamond necklace for Valentine’s Day! What do you think it means?”

With tired eyes, he looked at her pensively for a moment before responding: “You’ll know tomorrow evening”.

Of course, she was quite pleased with this response.

The next evening, her husband came home with a small package tucked under his arm. Excited, she reached for it. Taking it in her hand, she thrilled at its substantial weight. Hurriedly, she unwrapped the packaging and found... a book.

It's title: “The Meaning of Dreams.”