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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the city. One by Napoleon to capture the city that failed and the other by Hitler which also failed despite a 900 day siege. There were two memorable highlights - The Hermitage and The Church of The Saviour of the Spilled Blood. ThE Hermitage is totally awe inspiring on the inside it is classified as the third best collection behind the Louvre and The London Museum. In four words decoration- sumptuous - collections -magnificent. When asked by someone why it was not ...
... of steep stairs, cut into the rock, led to a room where the guards used for a rest room when not on duty. All along the main street were numerous cafes shops and such enticing attractions as an exhibition of medieval torture techniques and devices. Like all old cities it was a labyrinth of narrow winding streets and lanes which made the houses on either side of the streets so close that you could lean out and shake hands with over the ...
... knowing what we would see. We finished the cruise and would have been full of knowledge about the port of Rostock if we understood German!! We caught up on our emails and the blog using off ship wi fi hot spots with the crew members. The weather has cleared and it is interesting to watch the traffic on the main canal : cruise ships, small ferries, large ferries and yachts all sharing the same strip of water without a problem. Tomorrow is a sailing day as we head to the land of ...
... owners even smoke the fish on the spot. We took a mini train on a tour that took in the surrounding beach and street area. The beach is covered with deck chairs in very neat straight rows. Heaven help anyone who moves one out of line. In the past W was the place where the first Lear jet was manufactured. At one stage there were 10,000 workers in the ship yard. Tomorrow's theme is Life on the Ocean Wave as we spend all day sailing to Bergen ...
... our room, so we used that to take a lift down to floors to a lovely little cafe. Why lovely, because they had some yummy stuff. Annette settled on coffee to wash down her fruit and the German equivalent of a Danish - a Gerish! I liked the look of two open sandwiches, both egg and they were scrummy. Coffee, juice and a Gerish and I was ready for the day. Back to the room to plan the trip. Annette had already mapped it out, so it was just a matter of ...