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... our next B&B. This was a different concept for us, they had three or four bedrooms and then a shared kitchen where you could cook your evening meal and in the morning help yourself to breakfast goodies from the fridge and all the breakfast goodies that didn't live in the fridge were laid out on the table. Lucky for us we were the only ones there, so ate what we wanted when we wanted, but I bet if they're full and everyone decides they'd like breakfast at nine o'clock it can all get a bit ...
... the ship. A taxi from the port to the town Centre costs approximately £70 each way. This afternoon we enjoyed the thermal pools then got ready for gala night. We dressed up, went out for a delicious meal and then were supposed to go to the 9pm theatre show except I was exhausted and was asleep by 830pm. A great day of ...
... Germany. Toby and I thoroughly enjoyed our private walking tour. We had the opportunity to ask many questions, tour at our pace and adjust the tour to our interests. We learnt so much in 3hrs and I wish we had the rest of the day to go and explore the museum's. The buildings we saw were magnificent, the checkpoint was different to how I imagined and the Berlin Wall was emotional to see. All I kept thinking is how did the ...
Hello everyone! Sorry again for the late postings! Germany was really something else, it was a short time but I loved it. The first day, I spent in the closest city our ship was docked in, Rostock. This was a beautiful port city which is most known for it's university (I never actually got the name.) After taking the train from Warnemunde (where our ship was docked) we walked around the city in the morning and had lunch in an authentic German restaurant. I ate the best ...
... the past; this ship was full of people from all over and the languages bouncing around the ship at all times made it very interesting to say the least! There were large contingencies from Spain and Italy on board as well as a number of people from India, Greece and of course the US as well. There were a number of great dining options on board and on a couple of occasions we opted to share a table in one of the main ...