Landhaus Carstens Hotel
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... in Binz and had lunch at Oma's kitchen. Then into Sassnitz walked around and had dinner. Jen finding it hard to cope with all the Rollmops (pickled herring) and smoked fish, but to me it smells just great. Bed early, big day planned for tomorrow. 4.10.14 Insel Rugen Up at a reasonable hour today and had a nice breakfast. Then made our way to the chalk cliffs of the Jasmund National Park. Which is one of the few places on earth you can walk in ...
I then left to go into the old town proper. Nearby is the Town Hall and Market Square. It didn't have many stalls in low season but you can imagine the grandeur when it is full.
Woke up about 9am to quickly get ready to catch the 10am bus into lübeck central city, where we would go shopping!! We each spent far too much, me buying MORE shoes! And Lena buying a lot of clothes! Then we decided we were hungry so stopped at a nice restaurant and got some lunch. I ate a physalis - which translates to "ground cherry" hahaha but it wasn't that nice, a bit tart actually. Was on the side cocktails we ...
... with Susanne and Wolfgang, Pete's cousin. We are having trouble adding pics, hopefully this will get resolved. The biggest challenge so far (other than the wind) is trying to understand the language. As you will see in the pictures. Hugs to all of you Pete and Dena PS....really wish we could understand what the heck they are saying. So far all we got right is "beir". Beer that ...
... Eastern Germany. The guide used to come to Travemunde (where our ship was docked) to play at the very popular beach along the river. It was clearly a beach resort with a boardwalk and kiosks and playgrounds. But just across the river was East Germany and the beach contained only a fence with guard towers. Today the guard towers are gone and in their place is a park, a marina, and a hotel. While still somewhat undeveloped, it is a much more pleasant view!