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On Tuesday, we left Hamburg and drove to Malchow, via a medieval town, Schwerin, which had a huge castle. It was the former residence of the dukes and grand dukes of Mecklenburg. It was built in the mid C19, incorporating existing structures from the C16 and C17. There were even foundation remnants going back to 1000AD. Since 1990, it has mainly been used by the Regional Parliament of Mecklenburg-Pomerania. The castle is also a museum, and had been ...
... war in the 60 years of union. Another dining experience with an American couple provided good conversation along with good food. We followed it up with the standup comedian's show which was tailored to this older crowd. Alan keeps making comments about all the grey hairs everywhere and I keep reminding him to look in the ...
The cruise brochure said we'd tie up in Wartemunde and be able to walk into town - wrong. We woke up to a view of the industrial port, 25km from Wartemunde and 20 minutes by bus to Rostock. So we decided to do the cruise tour instead of our own plan of renting bikes to cycle the town. Off to see two churches, the original university building (oldest in Germsny after Heidelberg) and a microbrewery (with a glass of beer ...
... trip into the neighbouring town of Rostock. This town was the main port during earlier times but most activity has been moved out to Warnemunde. The river trip passes many freight and passenger terminals as well as numerous ship building yards which appear quite active. There is also an area where the wind turbines are being built for all those countries choosing to turn to wind generated power in a futile attempt to counter the effects of ...
Oh no, I'm suddenly pining for Germany and regretting not organising a tour in to Berlin. Currywurst, Berliner, we're missing out! WIth no plan for the day we took our cue from the area. Warnemunde is a fishing village founded around 1200 (AD) before being assimilated by it's larger neighbour Rostock. For the past century or two though it has established itself as a sea side resort town for this part of Germany. So resort pace it was for us ...