Im Schwedischen Hof

Address: Sonnenstr. 1 , Ostseebad Binz, The Baltic Coast, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 18609, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Sonnenstr. 1 , Ostseebad Binz.
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Travel Blogs from Ostseebad Binz

Kongisstuhl

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 27, 2014

... to the fact that a UNESCO listed heritage forest of beech trees is between the public and Konigsstuhl. Even cyclists are not allowed in, being required to take a circuitous route around the forest. We ambled through these ancient trees on the trail to the cliff edge. With the sun filtering through the high canopy onto a carpet of freshly autumn leaves, a truely enchanting scene.

At the other side of the forest, an interactive centre is geared towards children, hopefully to ...

Sassnitz

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 26, 2014

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... of sand dunes and vegetation, with trees anchoring the dunes from behind.





Due to road works, needed to drive through the town centre of Binz. I'd have rather walked it. Think Manly Corso on a hot day! At least the back streets and slow travelling speed gave us the opportunity to admire the grand old house and gardens. Binz is also ...

So good to see the fam

A travel blog entry by aidang on Sep 17, 2014

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Drove to Duisburg today. Sat down at a lake, walked around and climbed a tower to see the view. Played on a playground until it was time to pick up oma and aunty Gerlinde. When we met them we drove on to Rheinberg 20km further where Gerlinde lives here we had a small celebration with the rest of the ...

Day 20.. Farewell Hiddensee, a LONG journey home

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Aug 05, 2013

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... we followed them to the mechanic, picked u Marc and he drove us home. Thanks to Marc's friend for saving the day, we would probably still be there if it wasn't for him haha. We arrived home at about 3 am utterly exhausted but still able to cook some green beans and went to bed shortly after this. What a weekend!! Another fine and very very fun time in Germany. Paul and I are falling in love with this place!! P.s pictures to come this Friday ...

Day 18 and 19 the the Blue Ribbon

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Aug 04, 2013

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... well so we spent a lot of time with her. Not just because of her english of course, she was way cool :-) The beach was lovely, we chatted to Stephan whilst Johnathon played in the sand and tackled Paul. Johnathon is 5 and took a liking to Paul despite the language barriers. Wish I took a photo, it was so cute. It was awesome to meet these 2. They are true sailors of the sea. They sail a beautiful 25ft restored boat, by Stephan even with a pirate flag. Johnathon was the captain. ...