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After lunch we jumped on our bikes and set off on a ride along the various cycle tracks.....as I'd forgotten our map we had nowhere specific in mind, but we managed a circuit of 23.2 km according to the app on my phone (yesterday was 32.7km).
At one point we reached a river, and the only way to cross it was via a "ferry" (ie, a man (and a dog!) in a rowing boat). 1 Euro per person, plus an extra Euro for ...
... s other impressive church, Marienkirche, as it promised a tower with views of the city. For 4 Euros you were allowed to climb first 266 stone steps, then around 100 more steps up wooden staircases inside the bell tower, and then finally 50 or so more steps up wooden ladders to reach the viewing platform. The stone steps were not too bad, but the staircases were VERY steep, with a pretence of Health & Safety via some netting to stop you falling from height onto the ...
... for some afternoon sustainance. Liz and I decided to walk over the hills to Gross Zicker and partake of afternoon Kaffee und Kuchen at the small hotel there.
We were delighted to find that, for 8 Euros you get a special "package" of any coffee/tea, any cake, plus a small brandy or eau de vie. We were also able to relax in one of those two-person hooded seats, soaking in the late afternoon sun.
It was shaping up to be ...
... four portions of sausage and chips, with ketchup and mustard. We ate our lunch on the terrace overlooking the harbour, with a glass of beer - all very German.
After a lazy afternoon, the next highlight was a trip to Lidl. This involved a drive to Baabe, about five miles away, where - in the space of half a mile on the same road - there was a choice of Aldi, Netto and Lidl. Liz's preference was the latter, and we emerged after half an hour with ...
... be an inland lake! So, after about an hour and a half doing a journey which should have taken around 20 minutes, we arrived at the rather impressive little pier and beach at Sellin. Unfortunately, while the Germans seem to have good taste in many areas, their idea of a seaside resort is NOT in that category. The main street leading to the beach, and several other streets in the town, were full of mock 19th century mansions, or, perhaps worse, blocks ...