BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Boettcherhof
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... she was congratulating me on getting that far, however no. I managed to work out that she was yelling that she forgot to tell me the brakes didn't work. I feel as though that vital piece of information should have been the first thing she told me. Using my extensive knowledge of bike riding (and piecing together what Kirsa was yelling) I started to back pedal and thankfully I did start to slow down.
Third attempt: Now that I knew how to stop the bike and get on it ...
... Germany. We thoroughly enjoyed our guided tour - thanks to Martin who knows the city backwards, and returned early in the evening. It is interesting to note that sunset is around 4:30pm and sunrise around 7:30am. This takes a bit of getting used to for us! And then, we were treated to another fantastic gastronomic experience with dinner. Miriam's daughter Relana and son-in-law Joe came for dinner as well. We had a lovely ...
... and modern architecture as well as the amazing Elbe River.
We went to a rather large German Carnival on the last night there, and it was pretty impressive, especially with its crazy, never-ending selection of sausages, strange pastries, beer, and pretty much everything else ...
... or Danish, the train drove onto a ferry! We then had to go upstairs to the main decks while we make "the crossing". We get to hang out for about 40 minutes on a ferry while we cross some body of water that might be the Baltic. I'm unsure. I can't find a map on this ferry anywhere. It's a big ferry. 142 meters long to be exact. The whole train fits in here and is two decks below ...
... the Elbe embankment and part of it falls within the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with its riverside woodland, sandy heathland and marshland. It's also historically interesting as the route is mainly in the old East Germany.
As you will recall, not so very long ago, East Germany, known as the German Democratic Republic, was a state within the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War period. From 1949 to 1990, it administered the region of ...