Hotel Berliner Hof
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with a slide, awesome shops and a post office to buy stamps for our postcards. Lucy had her feet measured for school shoes but the shop only sold white shoes or boots, we'll keep looking.
Spots of the morning included a man with missing parts and a wolf fleece, far too many red trousers to mention or photograph and a lady with a skunk on her head.
Daily Trip - 258 miles
Total Trip - 923 miles
Overnight MH Parking - ...
... with us on Monday. Started with breakfast and pictures from long ago and then off to the beautiful city of Lubeck. We enjoyed lunch in the oldest restaurant of the city and dessert in the wonderful cafe of Marzipan world. We had a wonderful time with them and were able to meet two of their children, Bernhardt and Edelgard who also met us at the train station to see us off to Amsterdam, really great surprise! Pete had never met them before. Now ...
We knew we weren't due to dock back in Kiel until around 10:00am, so we were hoping to get off the ship as soon as possible and get up to Copenhagen, so as to maximize our very short window for sightseeing. Luckily we did not need to vacate our cabin until 9:00am, which worked out well, as we arrived into port early. We elected to walk off with our luggage, rather than have it delivered in the terminal, and were told to assemble ...
... Visited the small towns of Laboe and Stein, right on the water. Bike paths right from where we are for about 25 klm.....beautiful beaches Beaches are beautiful, food has been amazing! We cannot tell you how beautiful it is here along the water way out to the Baltic. Hundreds of sailboats all day long. We visited a marina today and we both bought our favourite boats....well we might get hired to clean ...
... and it was fairly painless to find our way around onboard. It was as though we were on the Divina with one section cut out and removed. We estimate there were about 2,800 passengers.
Given how far out we'd booked this sailing, we pretty much had our choice of cabin and had selected a rear-facing cabin in the center of the aft section. This gave us a larger balcony, with 180-degree views out the back, allowing ...