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... was decorated inside using all sorts of architectural styles from around the world. Some French which reminded me of Fontainebleau, other rooms had influences from England. The emphasis was on the effect rather than using expensive stone and timber so there was alot of gilded papier mache and faux painted marble. Still the effect was good and it all looked grand and elaborate. There was a ...
... Stralsund. This is a Heritage listed Hanseatic town and well worth stopping at. Small and compact and an easy walk around. More huge churches, cobbled street, tall Hansa houses and two excellent street singers. We had a fantastically good sausage at a busy cafe where the locals were queued for meals. The weather cooler today and finally we had our warm clothes out of the bags. A cold wind off the sea. Back to the motorway ...
... hospital during WWII. There were very lavish state rooms, reception rooms, the throne room etc. When we got to Malchow, our hotel was on the canal in a delightful small village. However, the cobblestone road turned out to be quite noisy at night. Apart from that, it was a lovely hotel which had been there a long time, and lots of its history was on display. The outdoor beer garden was in an excellent position along the water, in full view of ...
... never going to work but it did not appear to be temporary situation, and we were left wondering at the logic of the road planners. Irritatingly, intersections controlled by traffic lights do not have lights on the far side of the intersection. If you're stopped at the lights at the front of the line you have to crane your neck to watch for the change of lights on your side of the intersection. And half the time, the lights are directly behind the rear-view ...
... one: there's no big book shop in Wismar meaning, no English books. Problem two; the library asks €1,25 for thirty minutes of wifi. I find this ridiculous and decide I can do another day without Internet. I end up exploring Wismar and when I'm finished, I'm heading on to the route to Rostock, the direction I'll be going tomorrow. I'm still in Wismar. There's one more reason why I should be taking it easy. Two years ago, ...