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Travel Blogs from Rostock
... go-round giving an hourly performance of the apostles crossing before Jesus for a blessing before entry into eternal bliss, and the last, Judas, is shut out
Another sunny and warm day when we woke up this morning so we were looking forward to just lazing about the ship and not doing much in particular.
At 11.00am we attended a fascinating lecture in the Neptune Lounge called “The Life and Works of Carl Fabergé”, who was famous as jeweller to the Russian Tsarina. Perhaps Fabergé is most ...
... while we watched the windsurfers and the sea-breeze ruffled our hair. How absolutely brilliant was this?!
Listening to the mesmeric sounds of the waves rolling onto the shore I wrote out the postcards and just enjoyed the feeling of being alive in this lovely place.
We sat there for a while and then reluctantly made our way back ...
... was the International Garden competition which was held in Rostock some years ago and the various countries built gardens representing their culture. The place has become overgrown and does not even look like a basic garden. Our first visit was to St Mary's Church (Marienkirche) which has some of the tallest stained glass windows that we have seen in any church or cathedral. This is a large brick Gothic church which was built in the 13th ...
... the motorbike, changing breaks,
tyres, oil and so much more.
between Gedser and Rostock is 1h 45 min’s. On the road toady we made it almost
to Berlin We are staying about 90 km north Berlin. All the day the weather have
been good. Temperature + 25 C and no rain so far. This place is called Altglobsow
and it’s a remote camping – to summarize it’s probably the most wet ...