Best Western Strand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was hopping once we were finished and were ready to leave.
We went to the photo place next and looked at all the pictures that the ship has made since we boarded, but I didn't see any I couldn't live without. I actually think the one of Rich & me taken in front of Catherine's Palace turned out pretty well and it's free since we took it. Can't beat the price on that!
By this time, the 3 hour sale had begun and ...
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 ...
8:00am - 5:00pm
Visby on the Gotland Island in the middle of the Baltic sea is part of the territory of Sweden. Visby is the characteristic image of a Hanseatic town, complete with a defensive wall, many church ruins and small scale buildings from the Medieval period. Because of its particular character, the central part of Visby has a wonderful atmosphere and was inscribed on the Wold Heritage List ...
... a very defensible port city. The entire city is surrounded by a large stone wall that took 200 years to build. Construction began in the 11th century and didn’t end until the 13th century. Visby was once a huge city, but now it is much smaller.
We rode around Visby and got to see a very beautiful church as well as some lovely architecture. Visby within the wall is an incredibly well preserved town. Now there ...
... visiting hours, nothing modern is allowed, no watches, or processed cheese, no iphones or emos. People are cooking over open fires and suiting up in armour to practice their pretend swordsmanship, re-enacting is quite a art. To improvise realistic fighting with a predetermined outcome. The Visby army of farmers will lose and die just like in 1361. sigh
At night we spend a lot of time at the Norra Graver, just out side the northern wall. ...