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... the 5 km into a strong headwind - we had that all day! We knew that it was going to be difficult to make our way through the next town, Schwann. That's when the trouble started! We took a left turn and exited Schwaan. When we arrived at Niendorf, we realized that we had made an error - double bugger! It got worse. We retraced our path back to Schwaan and I reckoned that I could take a shortcut to where we wanted to go. Wrong and she wasn't happy! Another ...
... right across it. Sunday February 15th Had to cook breakfast ourselves this morning, had a choice of about ten different pans to cook it in and three different crockery sets to serve it off, and some of them were even clean! We were still heading north and closer to Stockholm. We called at a couple of touristy towns on the way. The first one was famous for having a resident who tried to reach the North Pole by balloon, he didn't make it and landed on an iceberg, and ...
... the ship. A taxi from the port to the town Centre costs approximately £70 each way. This afternoon we enjoyed the thermal pools then got ready for gala night. We dressed up, went out for a delicious meal and then were supposed to go to the 9pm theatre show except I was exhausted and was asleep by 830pm. A great day of ...
... walking tour yourself and learn about the history of this city, then we can compare our experiences. This tour is one of my favourite tours so far. Unfortunately the weather this morning has been awful. There have been large down pours of rain and we have needed to seek cover in churches, on the verandah of previously owned/designed Nazi buildings and in a building near where Hitler's bunker was (the actual site where he, his wife ...
Hello everyone! Sorry again for the late postings! Germany was really something else, it was a short time but I loved it. The first day, I spent in the closest city our ship was docked in, Rostock. This was a beautiful port city which is most known for it's university (I never actually got the name.) After taking the train from Warnemunde (where our ship was docked) we walked around the city in the morning and had lunch in an authentic German restaurant. I ate the best ...