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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... alert for WC signs these days, especially free ones.We have to plan our cups of coffee!
We are seeing a great number of middle eastern faces in the last week. At Hamburg there is a help/info desk set up for refugees under some stairs. Mainly young men with one daypack, hundreds of them, a few women and children. There seems to be a large M/ East population without all the new ones who are tidy looking generally and all with cell phones. ...
After breakfast we headed to the small ferry that shuttles across the estuary between Poland and Germany. A short crossing that costs nothing but one wonders why no bridge has been built. We were the last vehicle on, squashed at the back so tightly we couldn't open our doors. But we made it. Filled the petrol on the other side before getting into Germany and then set off on better road surfaces but slow travel behind trucks ...
... 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 ...
... hospital during WWII. There were very lavish state rooms, reception rooms, the throne room etc. When we got to Malchow, our hotel was on the canal in a delightful small village. However, the cobblestone road turned out to be quite noisy at night. Apart from that, it was a lovely hotel which had been there a long time, and lots of its history was on display. The outdoor beer garden was in an excellent position along the water, in full view of ...