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... the ship. A taxi from the port to the town Centre costs approximately £70 each way. This afternoon we enjoyed the thermal pools then got ready for gala night. We dressed up, went out for a delicious meal and then were supposed to go to the 9pm theatre show except I was exhausted and was asleep by 830pm. A great day of ...
... unlimited beer, wine, spirits, cocktails, soft drink, water, coffee and most importantly ice cream cones! We did some shopping at the on board shops, went for a massage and then went to dinner. Wow there are 4 buffet dinning rooms which all have different types of buffets, there are alacarte restaurants and specialty restaurants (you pay at). We were both exhausted from the last 48 hours so after our massage we ate dinner and then went to bed. ...
... Our last stop was the Holocaust memorial. Having been to a concentration camp earlier in the day, the holocaust memorial really hit home. It was a block of land that had uniform grey cement slabs of all different heights where you could walk through and simply get lost in the thousands of small alleys. It really made you feel small. After packing a whole bunch into 2 days, I was ready to come back and relax on the ship! Germany was great but I'm excited for our next stop, ...
Taxi ride from Viking descendant. arrived at the star studded cruiser, passing towns from Denmark to Wernamude, Germany. Multi ethnic cruisers, met Bostonians, gal discussed football with C thru entire fire drill. At Show encouraged an Asian couple to dance, they bowed good night to us. Late nite listening to Motown, Great dinner and wine- now this is more like ...
... and sculpture.
With basic directions from our guide book, and some help along the way, we ended up in a small parking lot for a supermarket and an unmarked brown building.
This was the former headquarters for East Germany’s feared secret police, known as the Stassi, and now open to the public.
We entered a small lobby, walked through a set of prison bars, then up a flight of stairs.