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Kielerfest, an annual week-long sailing-themed festival, comes to an end today and sailing crafts of all sizes and shapes are in abundance.
We took a bike ride today over to Arnis. At a population of c. 300 and a total area of 0.45 km2, Arnis is the smallest town in Germany both by population and by area. ( Copied from Wikapedia). It was a nice day for a bike ride and once again the cuteness was ...
... several languages. (English is one of the them). Then you can take a 45 to 60 minute walk down the path to where the actual Viking village was. They have uncovered the buildings and reconstructed them using the same proportions and material they found in the excavations. This is just really neat to see...Along the way you can see some pretty sheep too.
... The other neat thing about this town was the split doors. You can open just the top if you want to let some air in or talk to your neighbour. Also the houses are quite close to the street and not much land around them. The cobblestone streets are very pretty. As you walk around you realize that there is no litter or graffiti, just pretty little ...
This was our first fishing town up in the north of Germany. Absolutely beautiful!! These are the postcard pictures that you see and they are really there. We walked the cobblestone streets that have been walked on for hundreds of years. People still live and work in the same houses that have been there for hundreds of years. No high rises, no townhouses, no tearing down and rebuilding ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center