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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 ...
... a secluded property with lots of old trees planted by Alwin's parents. The house is small, a tiny kitchen with what could almost be called a bar fridge, a very small stove and oven, and a little table. There is a nice sitting area with a bathroom and bedroom on the main floor and a staircases to the attic with it's own bathroom and bedroom upstairs. The weather is nice enough for us to eat most meals outside at a cozy table under the chestnut tree. I think ...
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 ...
On our way from Kiel to Berlin, we decided to stop in Schwerin and spend some hours to see the old town and the Schloss. If you're in the area, the Schwerin Castle is a "must-see". The impressive castle of the Mecklenburg family dates back to the 16th Century. The fact that it sits in the middle of the downtown, ...
... We then headed to the castle for a guided English tour. The castle was spectacular. The kids seemed to be in awe of their surroundings and were attentive to the guide. After out tour we ventured back to the town centre and the girls finished up their shopping and the males stopped for a Fanta/Cola/beer break in the Town Square. After leaving Schwerin, we headed towards Hamburg and then south towards a small village called Radbruch ...