Columbia Hotel Casino Travemuende
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... Day, the wall came down a little later, so it's a Public holiday today, travelled to Insel Rugen right in the north of Germany, this is where John's dad was born and his mum lived here until after the war when they became refugees to West Germany where John was born. Anyway had to cross a 3 kilometre bridge to get on the island and our Hotel is in the middle of nowhere with forest all around. It's clean, big rooms and quiet. Went and did ...
... German. It was a two level train and mostly empty as we were going against morning rush hour. The journey to Lubeck was about 45 mins.
On arrival at Lubeck I turned right outside the station as I'd researched on Google maps. The gate to the old town was supposed to be quite close but I didn't see it and ...
... that's why I wanted to try it.. Looks like a small orange thing? Haha We then went back to the shops and continued shopping, me buying a bit too many clothes! And I sent a package of chocolate to myself which wasn't too expensive thankfully. We then went back to lenas friends house (where we had stayed) and packed up our things and got back on the bus to the train station. Where we caught the train back to lenas ...
... with Susanne and Wolfgang, Pete's cousin. We are having trouble adding pics, hopefully this will get resolved. The biggest challenge so far (other than the wind) is trying to understand the language. As you will see in the pictures. Hugs to all of you Pete and Dena PS....really wish we could understand what the heck they are saying. So far all we got right is "beir". Beer that ...
Today, I went up to Hamburg to meet up with my mom's coworker's friend's daughter. She lives in Hamburg and is currently studying Fashion Management. We went and took a bus tour around the city which was mainly in German and I understood most of it! We then had lunch on the lake and walked around the city until she had to go to work.
I promise I will have more exciting things to write about this week!