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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... It would have been fun to cross, but the consensus was to return home for a cuppa! The mixture of sun and exercise meant that when we returned to the house at about 4.30 we were all ready for a rest!
We rounded the day off with a meal in the little restaurant which is almost next to the house, and bade our farewells to the waitress who had grown quite used to our visits over the past week.
This morning, off to Berlin!
... beach. After lunch we followed one of the many cycle paths around the bay to a long spit of land, the end of which you can actually see from our house - but it was a good 10 miles or so by bike. It was now a warm and mostly sunny afternoon, and cycling was a real pleasure.....Rugen is virtually entirely flat, and criss-crossed with cycle paths, and is therefore perfect for holiday-makers. An added benefit was the regular siting of hostelries along the cycle paths - ...
... came to collect our money, and seemed highly amused as we struggled with our et suits.
Actually, the water temperature wasn't bad.....a little sign at the life guard hut indicated it was 15 degrees - certainly a LOT warmer than when we'd last used wet suits (in Norway). We swam around for 20 minutes or so, before commencing an even greater struggle to get OUT of our wet suits. Anyway, a good time was had by all, and we returned ...
... load of food and drink for around fifty pounds! Including a bottle of rose wine for about one pound, which turned out to be rather nice!
Dinner was a sort of roast chicken affair - eeked out with a few extra sausages! - but cooking was impeded by the lack of some basic kitchen items. Although the house is rather cool (design-wise), there were no oven gloves, or oven dishes. Liz has started to make a list of things to complain about!!
... how fisherman make a living.
We decided to visit a small castle, and sample the delights of the steam train service which runs in the south-eastern part of the island. Fortunately the two could be combined, as there is a station about a mile from the castle. As you can imagine, the steam train was a little touristy (although it runs year-round, and provides an hourly service for locals) - we felt we needed a few younger children in tow, but ...