Travel Blogs from Lübeck
... three stations ahead, so we would have to get off the train and take a bus-bridge that would add an hour to the trip.
If that was not enough, because of the bus bridge we no longer had a clear window on the tracks to go directly into Luebeck. That necessitated having to make two additional train changes. After four train changes and a bus-bridge, we finally arrived in Luebeck, a bit more than two hours late, and it was raining. ...
... little alleyways. For places to see check out Marienkirche, the Buddenbrook House, Heiligengeist-Hospital and Cafe Niederegger. If you would like a birds eye view of Lubeck, check out St Peter church. Don't Miss: strolling the old town and a taste of ...
Well,it's no Brugge but a very pretty little town with a lot of WW2 history. It was one of the first towns bombed by the allied forces and it was pretty much destroyed. It is surrounded by a canal and we did a boat tour but unfortunately they don't cater for English speaking tourists. They also say they haven't had any English speaking tourists for the last 5 years, I ...
Hamburg was our first stop for the day, it started with a challenge finding free carparking before finally walking around town admiring all the old buildings. Very impressed with the Town hall, such a glorious building. Next we drove north to Lubeck, enjoyed ...
... rather tight space and caught the main electricity box for the camp and slightly skewed the frame affecting the alignment of the door. No apparent damage to the electrics inside although these are hidden behind a panel, but have to wait till Monday for the damage assessment. Small area of damage to rear of bus. So it was with a sick feeling that we headed off northwards Tto Denmark rather later than expected.
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