BEST WESTERN Hotel Timmendorfer Strand
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... year old Beech Forests. I tell you they are a beautiful tree with a high canopy and streaks of sunlight coming through, you can see the mounds left by the moles, the leaves rustle and move with the breeze, the toadstools and mushrooms everywhere, you almost think your in Narnia or the Spiderwick Chronicles. Parked the car and walked to the Konigstuhl, (Kings Chair) 3 km each way instead of taking the bus and saw the wonderful chalk cliffs ...
... br> I always told her I wanted to come to Hamburg one day, not sure how serious she took it. We met briefly in the station and she treated me to strudel not knowing it was my birthday. It was only 2.20 Eu ($3.30). I was still in awe of how cheap Germany was compared to Norway. We asked some police officers to take a picture of ...
Woke up about 9am to quickly get ready to catch the 10am bus into lübeck central city, where we would go shopping!! We each spent far too much, me buying MORE shoes! And Lena buying a lot of clothes! Then we decided we were hungry so stopped at a nice restaurant and got some lunch. I ate a physalis - which translates to "ground cherry" hahaha but it wasn't that nice, a bit tart actually. Was on the side cocktails we ...
... with Susanne and Wolfgang, Pete's cousin. We are having trouble adding pics, hopefully this will get resolved. The biggest challenge so far (other than the wind) is trying to understand the language. As you will see in the pictures. Hugs to all of you Pete and Dena PS....really wish we could understand what the heck they are saying. So far all we got right is "beir". Beer that ...
... city. Fortunately for Dana, the pay-for-view movies were free for passengers quarantined to their cabins and the TV was viewable from the bathroom! Tom's tour consisted of a beer tasting at the only remaining brewery in Lubeck, out of the original 180 brewerys in the 15th century. The most interesting part of this tour was hearing from the guide about the special geography of this town. On the other side of the river from our ship's pier, was ...