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... I had planned to have cereal but Leonard had prepared us a typical German breakfast. The bread was fresh it was delicious. I was so happy. Afterwards he dropped us off and we caught the train to GSL which is where Nadzha is studying. We couldn't figure out the train so Nadzha asked a girl who was lovely enough to purchase it for us. We then walked to GSL and Nadzha completed her test and fine to her first class. We've met a Brazilian girl Juliana who's ...
... lots of swims in the lake and lots of ice creams from the kiosk by the lake, Rog and I enjoyed a couple of beers from there too! Most days the girls and I travelled into Furstenberg while Rog walked around the lake to work at IGB. It seemed to be a very productive time for him and a very relaxing time for the rest of us. We also enjoyed day trips into Berlin, Rheinsberg and Gransee. ...
... At one village, I did manage to see four cats sitting in front of a house. I managed to get a photograph of three of them, the fourth one was very scared and kept running away. We had a quick bite to eat, bought hand made chocolates for Ines from the Tourist Information (a gift for organising our tour) then dropped them into the ladies. They were ...
... it started to blow a gale – we were lucky to be close to the cathedral so were able to take refuge there along with some of the locals. We stayed there until the storm had passed.
When we emerged from the church, signs were misplaced all about the town – it must have been quite a ferocious storm. We could hear sirens all over the town – we soon saw that ...
... our hotel and checked in, however, the young lady does not speak a lot of English. We would soon learn that most people in this area speak German or Russian. Tourism is not a strong point of this town, however, they are now promoting this town as the regional "capital" of Uckermark. They do have a beautiful lake and are improving the town centre, renovating a lot of their old buildings and improving the streetscape. But if they want to ...