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... hospital during WWII. There were very lavish state rooms, reception rooms, the throne room etc. When we got to Malchow, our hotel was on the canal in a delightful small village. However, the cobblestone road turned out to be quite noisy at night. Apart from that, it was a lovely hotel which had been there a long time, and lots of its history was on display. The outdoor beer garden was in an excellent position along the water, in full view of ...
... monetary or defence decisions to be controlled by or enforced by the EU. While the EU was started to prevent a further world war, and there was the Cold War threat to give enough reason to unite in 1950, there's not enough incentive/will to overcome financial differences today when there is no Soviet threat and there hasn't been ...
... A riverboat ride back to our cruise dock completed the tour. Rostock was in East Germany so we saw the Soviet block style apartment buildings that have been spruced up since Reunification but are still concrete blocks. In town, 65% of the town had been bombed flat by the first RCAF bombing raid because Rostock was the site of the building yards of ships, airplanes and the first missiles. Under Soviet rule, ...
... to view Berlin at a more leisurely pace.
Our trip into Warnemunde proves far more relaxed and pleasant despite the early rain. The old canal area is alive with cafes, pubs and traditional fishing boats that are busily smoking fish either on board or on the wharf to sell to the hordes of hungry passers by. It is a very pretty little seaside village and very lively.
After a coffee and strudel in one of the local cafes we board a boat for ...
... at the Rostock Centre Mall. All is good again because the first shop inside the mall was a coffee shop WITH wi-if! And their cafe lattes were as good, maybe better that the Starbucks kind. No matter, we appreciated their fast, free wi-fi and helpful directions.Once we had checked our emails and send the unpublished blogs we strolled down the city main drag back to the shuttle bus pick up area and ...