Flair Hotel Albatros

Address: Ulmenallee 5, Rostock, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 54370, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ulmenallee 5, Rostock.
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How To Cope With Anxiety - A Few Elementary Tips

A travel blog entry by donna74vest on Dec 10, 2014

... we all experience sometimes, but controlling is vital if you aspire to preserve your happiness and total well being. Make an effort to breathe using your anxious feelings, journal for clarity and work to gain an understanding of why you're feeling using this method. Accomplishing this can assist you to feel good and go back to a greater state for being. If that article interests you and you still need more information, please look this video: how to deal with ...


A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 27, 2014

... to the fact that a UNESCO listed heritage forest of beech trees is between the public and Konigsstuhl. Even cyclists are not allowed in, being required to take a circuitous route around the forest. We ambled through these ancient trees on the trail to the cliff edge. With the sun filtering through the high canopy onto a carpet of freshly autumn leaves, a truely enchanting scene.

At the other side of the forest, an interactive centre is geared towards children, hopefully to ...


A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 26, 2014

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Getting further north.....caviar on eggs for breakfast.

The island of Rugen in the Ostsee. Sassnitz is a small town spread along the cliff with a bustling port. Stayed in a small hotel with views to the sea, and stairs at the end of the lane down through the bush to the back side of the port. Had to go walk along the break water and a close up of all the ...

Old Friends Meet Again

A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Apr 15, 2013

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... to make a visit to the beach! Warnemunde is the adjacent beach-town to Rostock. This was perhaps the most memory saturated place with regard to my visit to Rostock nearly 10 years ago. It's hard to forget the sand and waves of the Baltic Sea, it’s old light houses, seagulls, kites and of course the fish sandwiches.

I couldn’t decide which fish sandwich was best suited to my afternoon appetite so I made for a sampler. Back Fisch ...

First of the Germans

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on May 11, 2010

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... my benefit. It’s a little like Staffan at choir practice; if they think it’s something I may appreciate they change languages, which is really nice. As Nadine and I are about to leave another friend comes in, and it turns out we’ll get o know them more tonight when we head out to the gig. Wicked, but enough of people. Tourist Time.

So I’ve decided carrying a massive book about a whole country when you only need the few pages relating to the city ...