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... 7:00 pm which will feel like 2:00 am to us. :(( We are hoping to catch a few winks on the plane.
It was American night at the restaurant, so the menu featured typical American cuisine, such as turkey & dressing (which is what Pam & I got), steak, etc. All the waiters were wearing red, white and blue attire...fun to see them dressed like that.
After dinner, we all went to the Princess Theater to see a ...
... So we went to the main pool area and soaked for free. :)).
It was British Day which means English food is served in the Crown Grill for lunch. We met up w the guys and Rich & I had the steak and kidney pie which was a whole lot like beef stew baked in a yummy crust. Delicious! Pam & Mike had the fish and chips and another good meal was enjoyed by all.
We all sat out on ...
... the Ring Wall called Ringmuren that circle the city, built in the 1300s at its current height and the Cathedral of St. Mary, dating back to 1225. Its medieval feel is still very much evident today, rich in ancient history with winding cobbled streets and charming architecture waiting to be discovered.
For many Scandinavians, Gotland is a main holiday island and, away from the city of Visby, there are many fine beaches with a relaxed summer-party vibe, while the ...
... and as we sat in the back we saw them sitting ahead of us. As they left we caught their attention and met them outside the church. We then agreed to have lunch instead of dinner because Sweden was in the finals of Olympic Men's in handball in the late afternoon and the guys wanted to see it.
We had a wonderful lunch and a friendship developed. We discovered that Bengt was in Sweden for his father's ...
... later this evening, if the wifi router at the library is still running even though the library is closed.
So what did we do today? Well we decided to go to the museum first, but their charges at £10.00 each seemed a little steep for a provincial museum so we opted out of that. We did however, find a fascinating book in the museum’s shop, published by the Council of Europe and entitled Hanseatic Sites, Routes and Monuments. This gives a history of the 500 years ...