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... strand and is very popular as a Baltic holiday resort judging by the number of hotels, and big ones. On the grey windy day we visited the place was crowded.
Pride of place in Travemunde is the sailing ship Passatt, which One of the Flying P liner/ windjammer so which did the fast route around the Horn. They were steel hulled and built about 1910. Passatt was retired in 1959, one of her sister ships was the Pamir, which some of you may remember , ...
... and carved wooden posts and alcoves. There is no English spoken anywhere here and the English writing on the menu so small you almost need a magnifying glass to read it. But it was all good and we enjoyed the evening. Amazingly when we got back to our room we were able to watch the All Blacks against Namibia on the TV. Terrible game but they won and at least we got to see it. Our room nice and dark and quiet. A really good ...
... time? With a 17 hour journey ahead of me I made sure to leave Linköping loaded with things to do and a bag full of food and snacks. Only six hours into my journey I realized what an adventure it would be. My train from Copenhagen to Hamburg had a technical problem and we were told that we were to take the ferry and another train would meet us on the other side and take us to Hamburg. Upon a arrival in Germany we discovered that the ...
... the adjacent supermarkets for wines to buy in the morning. Later we drove into the old town. A Hanseatic trading town steeped in history with massive brick churches of grandiose proportions. Built strong and forbidding from red brick. Similarly the gates to the city immense structures of brick, turreted and now leaning towards the ground. A ...
On Tuesday, we left Hamburg and drove to Malchow, via a medieval town, Schwerin, which had a huge castle. It was the former residence of the dukes and grand dukes of Mecklenburg. It was built in the mid C19, incorporating existing structures from the C16 and C17. There were even foundation remnants going back to 1000AD. Since 1990, it has mainly been used by the Regional Parliament of Mecklenburg-Pomerania. The castle is also a museum, and had been ...