Hotel Niederländischer Hof
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- Free parking
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... Baltic Sea. Our first stop is Kuhlungsborn, a picturesque beach resort with a lovely walkway alongside of the beach with many small hotels and B&B's on the land side. The walkway is dotted with kiosks selling ice cream and drinks, and there are many small outdoor cafes along the walk. We enjoy the salt air and a long walk. The beer and fish sandwich are pretty great too. The weather started out warm but ...
... the second grade when his family left in the night and started their long journey to freedom. I am amazed at how much he remembers of those school days and of his escape. He also stopped by the former Butcher Shop where he had his first brush with crime (Al tells me this was his only brush with crime). One of the Russian soldiers had taken Al along to assist with a break in as Al was small enough to get in to unlock the door, there was sausage on the table that ...
Why haven't I been here before? Wismar is just beautiful. Why? It is the only Hanseatic town of this size on the southern Baltic to have been preserved virtually intact. As Stralsund, Wismar is on the UNESCO World Heritage list for its contribution to the development of the characteristic building types and techniques of Brick Gothic in the Baltic region, as exemplified in several important brick cathedrals and ...
... lake, surrounded by beautiful sculpted gardens, hanging gardens and an Orangerie all add to the charm. The Schwerin Cathedral (Dom St Maria und St Johannes) is also worth a visit - if just for the views to be had from the base of the spire. From the top you can see all the lakes and old town laid out beneath you. ...
... of the city is the Schwerin Castle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schwerin_ Castle), located on an island in the lake of the same name (Schweriner See). It was, for centuries, the residence of the Dukes of Mecklenburg and today is the seat of the Landtag (state parliament). We started the day with a brief walk through the town square and some shopping. We visited the most amazing cheese shop - wow, prices are much higher in North America for ...