Hotel Worpsweder Tor
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... Horst. We won't see him again this trip. (Vera, Horst, Peter, Margret, Susie, Inge, Jochen, Ron) We arrived in Vienna at 8pm. Took the airport-city express train to the city then walked 20 min to our ViennArt Hotel in MuseumQuartier. There were so many people in the streets. We were overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of this happening city. We have been mainly in quiet cities so ...
... then back to the Theatro Cafe for a Vanilla Chai Latte and free Wifi. This cafe is next to the Bremen Theatre. Back to the Hansa Touristik Office at 6pm and off to the Schnoor Alt Stadt with Horst for dinner at the Becks im Schnoor restaurant. Home on the strassesbahn and an evening drinking Santorini white ...
... of cleaning the ship), and then the activities of the day. Those activities may be team challenges designed for laughter, teaching briefs where a staff crew will spend some time teaching us, sail theory or meteorology or navigation to name a few. At 14:00 sharp rope races begin, starting at midships and matched up against a crew from each of the other watches (there were 3, I was in blue watch), a piece of the ship is named and you race there, ...
... our beach badly last time!) but decide not to spend too much time in the sea as it is cold and brown near the shore. 2 young boys near us spend the whole time building something in the sand, and when we get up to go we see it is a fabulous crocodile – around 5ft long and a foot high. It takes about an hour to drive to Schwerin where we park in the ‘Bahnhof’ (station) and go for a quick wander before settling ourselves in for the night.
On Thursday, we ...
... than flashing your breasts to a few hundred dried-out Germans, your costume is in fact not on…
…which is exactly where I come in, like a feathery little Gollum, peering through the gloom of my cave at something sparkly except my cave is a dark recess of backstage and the sparkly thing is not an incredibly powerful ring to bend all creatures to my will but a tiny wee hook fumbling its way over and around, but somehow never ...