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... one woman shout out at Martin (the cruise director) while he was wrapping up the show, "You're the Daddy!"...which was hilarious. Another woman was supposed to "roar like a dragon" at her seatmate, which she did and scared the poor woman half to death (she was seated near us so we got to witness that.) These "post" ideas lasted only 3 minutes, so the people came out of it pretty fast. Too funny! Pam just about had tears rolling down ...
What a gorgeous morning! Our ship changed time on us today, so we are now 8 hours ahead of Houston. We all were exhausted after our long bus trip back to the ship from Berlin yesterday. We encountered a very long line of other passengers waiting to board the ship, so by the time we finally got aboard, it was around 8:45 pm. We made a mad dash for the dining room to get our surf and turf, worth the ...
... Queen Margaret of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
In 1411, King Eric of Pomerania had the castle of Visborg constructed, and settled himself there for twelve years.. In 1470, the Hanseatic League rescinded Visby’s status as a Hanseatic town, but in 1525 the merchants of Visby were in a feud with Lubeck in what is now Germany. The Lubeckers burned all of Visby’s churches except the cathedral. Gotland was again conquered by Sweden in 1645 at the Treaty ...
... cooking food over open fires and celebrating a culture long gone.
Of course the setting couldn't be more perfect. A walled city with church ruins dating back to the 1100. There were cobblestone streets and guard towers everywhere we looked.
If you are in Sweden a trip to Visby should be on your list (after you've seen all of wonderful ...
... latest weather. This was when we discovered that it was closed but thankfully, they seem to have left their wifi router working, at least for the time being, so we could sit outside and get connected. The forecast definitely looks worse for us as of next week so we need to get off to Íland tomorrow. Even so, we are likely to have a lumpy ride, with winds of 20 knots and if they come from the direction predicted ie S – SE, it should be a fast crossing. Time, as always, ...