- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... many buildings to photograph and bore people with.
As I write , we have just pulled into a railway station, which has an enormous parking station, just for bikes, and is a commercial centre, what with all the shops, mainly offering food.
Lubeck is on the River Trave, and has many recreational anglers, the fish are definitely there, we saw them from the banks. We took a twenty minute train ride to Travemunde at the mouth. This place has ...
... and carved wooden posts and alcoves. There is no English spoken anywhere here and the English writing on the menu so small you almost need a magnifying glass to read it. But it was all good and we enjoyed the evening. Amazingly when we got back to our room we were able to watch the All Blacks against Namibia on the TV. Terrible game but they won and at least we got to see it. Our room nice and dark and quiet. A really good ...
"The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience." - Daniel J. Boorstin A fact that I have come to accept is that any adventure I set out on is guaranteed to explode beyond the predicted measures of excitement. My trip to Germany has been no exception. The truth is that I'm not complaining. In fact it's one of the things I look forward to. I begin every journey wondering how am I going to be ...
After an excellent breakfast with a view over the village countryside we headed off towards Lubeck arriving after an easy motorway drive at 2pm. With the assistance of our SatNav, Heidi, we found our next hotel in the suburbs of the city. Another small local hotel providing the real German experience. We have spent the afternoon relaxing ...
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 ...