Grand Hotel Binz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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With the weather set fair, we decided to keep the bikes for an extra day. Liz and I walked over the hill to Gross Zicker to pick up some bread for the picnic, and once the girls were up, the picnic made, and the sun tan cream on, we headed for the beach. Unfortunately a few jelly fish prevented any serious swimming, but we spent a relaxing few hours on the sand - with the mobile coffee & ice cream cart arriving just as we finished ...
No blog update for Wednesday - simply because it was grim! The sky on Tuesday evening had those long thin streaky bits which foretell trouble, and we woke up on Wednesday to a howling wind and grey skies. Our plans to hire bikes were put on hold, and we decided to make a second attempt to visit Stralsund. The Lonely Planet guide to Northern Germany was gushing in its praise for Stralsund.....however, we found it rather disappointing. This could mainly have been the ...
... came to collect our money, and seemed highly amused as we struggled with our et suits.
Actually, the water temperature wasn't bad.....a little sign at the life guard hut indicated it was 15 degrees - certainly a LOT warmer than when we'd last used wet suits (in Norway). We swam around for 20 minutes or so, before commencing an even greater struggle to get OUT of our wet suits. Anyway, a good time was had by all, and we returned ...
... of the island, and then down into Gross Zicker. At this point we came over rather hungry/thirsty, but the little bars and cafes were all closed (it was MONDAY!). We continued our meanderings across the gentle rolling hills, which brought us briefly into voice contact with a range of other walkers, with whom we exchanged "Guten Morgens". After one such greeting we heard French voices retreating behind us, and realised that couple must have been the ...
Once I was away from the village my only company was the birds - thousands of them, and if you stopped to seriously listen, they were making a wonderful sound. There were plenty of swallows (or were they swifts?) who seemed amazingly tame, as they would often fly to within a few feet of me, making long sweeps very close the ground, sometimes only avoiding me at the last minute). After a good hour of fast-paced trudging through the fields I ...