Landhaus Carstens Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Garden plots similar to the English allotments are popular over here, the difference being that the gardeners build a low stud, tiny house on them. I must find out if some people live in them as some have a chimney. They are intriguing and seem to be productive.
As we are traveling without bookings, we have decided to have a night in Groningen, North Holland , only because the lady in the Hamilton map shop said it was lovely. Let's find out tomorrow!
... Stralsund. This is a Heritage listed Hanseatic town and well worth stopping at. Small and compact and an easy walk around. More huge churches, cobbled street, tall Hansa houses and two excellent street singers. We had a fantastically good sausage at a busy cafe where the locals were queued for meals. The weather cooler today and finally we had our warm clothes out of the bags. A cold wind off the sea. Back to the motorway ...
... us was to Lübeck and not Hamburg... So here I am on the train to a very different destination. Some people might complain, get irritated, maybe even start panicking but the truth is that for me it is none of the above. I've spent the past few hours talking to a couple from China and a man from Romania. It's been a bigger adventure than any of us expected but the truth but it one we have been sharing together and I wouldn't change it if I ...
... maybe like Pisa. There is a very pretty riverside promenade where we sat outside at the Potters restaurant and had a meal and large beers while the sun went down and temperatures dropped. Moved inside to the warm for a cuppa before the walk back through quiet empty streets to the car. Stayed at Arnimsruh Garni Hotel. €89 including ...
... bridge which allowed boats through every hour. The next day we hired some canoes, because this area of northern Germany has an extensive network of lakes and rivers. We paddled for more than 3 hours - bit of hard work at times, but very scenic and enjoyable. We then took a bit of a wander round town. The next day we took a bus to another village on the other side of the lake called Plau am See. The name originates in the Portuguese language ...