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- Indoor pool
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... and carved wooden posts and alcoves. There is no English spoken anywhere here and the English writing on the menu so small you almost need a magnifying glass to read it. But it was all good and we enjoyed the evening. Amazingly when we got back to our room we were able to watch the All Blacks against Namibia on the TV. Terrible game but they won and at least we got to see it. Our room nice and dark and quiet. A really good ...
... bridge which allowed boats through every hour. The next day we hired some canoes, because this area of northern Germany has an extensive network of lakes and rivers. We paddled for more than 3 hours - bit of hard work at times, but very scenic and enjoyable. We then took a bit of a wander round town. The next day we took a bus to another village on the other side of the lake called Plau am See. The name originates in the Portuguese language ...
Travel from Rostock to Tallin, Estonia takes a day and two nights. So many people used today to catch up on sleep, do laundry, and try out some of the activities and gym facilities. I went to an interesting lecture by a Stanford professor, Dr. Dorfman, on the EU and will it survive. Basic problem is there is no mechanism ...
... trip into the neighbouring town of Rostock. This town was the main port during earlier times but most activity has been moved out to Warnemunde. The river trip passes many freight and passenger terminals as well as numerous ship building yards which appear quite active. There is also an area where the wind turbines are being built for all those countries choosing to turn to wind generated power in a futile attempt to counter the effects of ...
... 10th Nice start to the day, the B&B serves breakfast - fancy that, but they bring it to your room, and what a breakfast. Loads of goodies, and much too much to eat, but we were too polite to stuff our bags full of the left overs, tomorrow might be a different story. Had a drive over the border to a little town in Holland called Oldenzaal, don't really know why but the guide books recommended it and we had a spare hour so we went. To say the highlight was ...