Godewind Hotel und Restaurant
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We are in Germany today, landing at the port city of Warnemunde. About 250 of our shipmate (including Rob & Marlene) decided to go to Berlin. We chose instead to visit the small (200,000 population) city of Rostock, about 11 miles from the ship terminal.
We met our tour guide (Enrico) at 8 AM. He explained that, yes, he was German but his mother wanted him to have a more exotic name than Fritz or Heinrich! We arrived at a brewery at ...
Travel from Rostock to Tallin, Estonia takes a day and two nights. So many people used today to catch up on sleep, do laundry, and try out some of the activities and gym facilities. I went to an interesting lecture by a Stanford professor, Dr. Dorfman, on the EU and will it survive. Basic problem is there is no mechanism ...
... the town should be rebuilt exactly as it had been. So the buildings have the replica facades, but behind them are regular block buildings, kind of like Disneyland. In the St. Mary's Church was an astronomical clock that told the date, day, month, year, astrological sign and day of the week from the 1700 to 2017. I could look up my birthdate and see what day of the week I had been born on. The ...
Day 14 - Warnemunde
The day is quite overcast and we elect to take our umbrella with us which soon turns out to be a good move when we receive our first real shower of rain for the entire cruise. Fortunately it stops raining after about an hour and the rest of the day remains overcast but very pleasant temperature wise.
The port city of Warnemunde is at the mouth of the Warnow river and was heavily bombed during World War II because it ...
... was fifty minutes through rolling hills of farmland. At Schwerin, we started in a small square named for a young teacher who in 1945 shouted the news of Hitler's death, sadly costing her life as the SS arrested and executed her on the spot. The lamp post still stands to this day. Next, we walked from the train station past a central pond to the Henry the Lion Cathedral. We stopped ...