Hotel Rohdenburg

Address: Trupermoorer Landstrasse 28, Lilienthal, Lower Saxony, 28865, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Trupermoorer Landstrasse 28, Lilienthal.
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Travel Blogs from Lilienthal

Day 48 Bremerhaven to Bremen to Vienna

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 30, 2015

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The last day of the cruise. We had an amazing voyage. We travelled a total of 2,228 sea miles or 4,126 kilometres. 1 sm = 1.852km We had to miss the port of Nantes in France because it was closed due to rough seas. We were invited to the Captains table on the last night of the voyage. We made lots of friends and learnt a lot about South England, Britannia, Normandy and France. ...

Day 37 Bremen, Germany

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 19, 2015

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Our last day in Bremen. Had breakfast with Horst. After he went to work we packed our bags. We tidied as much as possible as the cleaner, Maria, was coming from 2-4pm today. We walked into Bremen and had lunch with Horst at the 'Stadt Wirt' restaurant. After lunch Ron and I walked in the Bürger Park until ...

Young Endeavour

A travel blog entry by kendallpetal on Aug 14, 2015

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... you imagine the reaction of the girls among our crew, when two tall blond Swedes in uniform stepped aboard our boat to organize their mooring? I was of course excited – this was a taste of the country that would be my new home. During the following days I had the pleasure of making friends with a number of the Gladan crew and they have since also welcomed me to Stockholm. While in Bremerhaven as part of the festival our crew partook in ...

Sat 1st – Tue 11th August 2015, Poland & Ger

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Aug 11, 2015

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... headed for Stralsund, which is by the sea. En route, we change plan and head to Germany’s biggest island, Rügen, where the most popular beach, Binz, is. The town is quiet when we arrive, but we’ve sat in a long queue of traffic onto the island, and we can see why when we step onto the beach. It is stunning, but rammed. We don’t mind too much as it’s just us two, and find a nice spot to read and snooze. From this beach, it is clear the Germans like to ...

Martina and the Welcome Show

A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Aug 10, 2015

... tops and pinging gold, sailor buttons, our naked bodies then assume a position I imagine similar to the birth of a crippled velociraptor. Careful not to catch our fishnets in one of many a thousand silver sequins, we loop the straps over this and under that, knot the back, fasten the two bum cheek clips that leave a flap of costume hanging down our bums like swollen pampers, and finally proceed to loop our arms through the feather backpacks ...