Hotel Gorch Fock

Strandallee 152, Timmendorfer Strand, The Baltic Coast, Schleswig-Holstein, 23669, Germany | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Timmendorfer Strand

Back to the West

A travel blog entry by chop49

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... three rear), the Polish train had eight seats crammed into a space where everyone else put six maximum. The next five hours was a test of endurance, but we persevered. Relishing the opportunity to change trains in Szczecin (the former German city of Stettin) to get out of our crowded nightmare, we were surprised that our new train was a two-car regional train. We were just settling in when a German couple advised us that there was track ...

To the Baltic Sea

A travel blog entry by indianajill

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... in and we had a quick rain storm which drove the sun bathers from the beach, and then sun again. We decide to visit Wismar as well and I am so glad we had time to visit. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a small port town with a lovely city gate and colorful buildings. We stroll the harbour and the city centre and then we are off to enjoy some beer in a lovely outdoor setting before heading back to ...

Going back to the 13th century

A travel blog entry by tom.solstad.5

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Why haven't I been here before? Wismar is just beautiful. Why? It is the only Hanseatic town of this size on the southern Baltic to have been preserved virtually intact. As Stralsund, Wismar is on the UNESCO World Heritage list for its contribution to the development of the characteristic building types and techniques of Brick Gothic in the Baltic region, as exemplified in several important brick cathedrals and ...

Brick houses - and marzipan and Buddenbrock's too

A travel blog entry by tom.solstad.5

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... little alleyways. For places to see check out Marienkirche, the Buddenbrook House, Heiligengeist-Hospital and Cafe Niederegger. If you would like a birds eye view of Lubeck, check out St Peter church. Don't Miss: strolling the old town and a taste of ...

Lubeck

A travel blog entry by jillmann

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Well,it's no Brugge but a very pretty little town with a lot of WW2 history. It was one of the first towns bombed by the allied forces and it was pretty much destroyed. It is surrounded by a canal and we did a boat tour but unfortunately they don't cater for English speaking tourists. They also say they haven't had any English speaking tourists for the last 5 years, I ...

Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Strandallee 152, Timmendorfer Strand, is near Travemunde.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent