Grand Hotel Binz
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... that marc bought the three of us as presents to practice our German. Off the ferry and straight to the famous fish n chip boat we went. To be honest, I am a little hooked on these hot chips with mayo and tomato sauce hehehe. Paul loves the fish! After this we returned to the famous smoke pub, had a cup of tea and left for Berlin. About 70 Kms from Berlin was where the adventure began... We were driving at about 150km/hr on the auto ...
... the DJ kept yelling in a disco German accent 'Come on let's parteeeeee!' Oh it was amusing! After a lot of dancing, a heap of new friends and a good gaze at the stars plus lots of partying, the night was over come sunrise.. Off to bed we went. A great day. We slept in until about 12 Sunday and very very slowly got up, only to find all of our island friends already in after party mode at the local store. Wow these people don't stop. So on came our game faces once more and ...
... amazing weather, drinking strawberry wine ? So lucky :-) I did however, make a little fool of myself during this sailing expedition. The day before, I purchased sun cream from LPG supermarket, and was excited because it was a natural looking one with no aluminium in it - although it was written in German so I couldn't read all of it. On the yacht I covered my face and arms in the cream because I knew how easily I would burn on the water. And to my surprise, it was as ...
This adorable steam engine which is kept in EXCELLENT condition, reminds one of the famous children's story of Thomas and His Friends. It's an old steam train that travels from town to town in Ruegen on one track. There are two tracks at the stations so that trains going in different directions can use the track at the same time. The sounds and dynamics of this train are hypnotic and it is a highlight of Ruegen that is a must ...
Rugen Island (Insel Rugen) is Germany's largest island. It offers a great variety of scenery, with chalk cliffs and sandy beaches. The Huns once ruled here, it was then fortified by Slavs, then ruled by Danes and Swedes. In 1815 Rugen came under Preussian rule, and in 1936 it was linked to ...