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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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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 ...
... wo wohnen' (where live) and I said Kanada.
The museum was interesting. It is inside the two tower and the central connecting portion. There was also a replica of the old town so I asked the lady 'wo ist hier' to find out our spot.
... There we had some friends come around and have a BBQ with drinks with us and had a very enjoyable night with everyone. Was so nice most of lenas friends came to say goodbye to me :) they are such lovely people! We had so much fun, playing games, doing push-ups! Of corse we got drunk as the shots came out again, but they had all left by 1am so Lena, mike and I stayed up till about 5am just chatting before retiring to ...
... campsite. Weather has not really been cooperating. Winds up to 80 klm per hour and rain on and off. It was so windy that we could not ride our bikes across the big bridge and it was even difficult to hang on to them when we walked. However this town is lovely. Beautiful beach, promenade, lots of restaurants etc. we will take the week and make our way to Kiel where we will ...
... city. Fortunately for Dana, the pay-for-view movies were free for passengers quarantined to their cabins and the TV was viewable from the bathroom! Tom's tour consisted of a beer tasting at the only remaining brewery in Lubeck, out of the original 180 brewerys in the 15th century. The most interesting part of this tour was hearing from the guide about the special geography of this town. On the other side of the river from our ship's pier, was ...