Hotel Speicher am Ziegelsee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 11th century but the current one was built in 1850s. Much of the castle is being renovated which we assume has something to do with Schwerin being in East Germany after the war and it may have been damaged or at least not maintained by the communist government. There were alot of rooms already renovated, particularly the ones looking out onto the lake so lovely views through every window. ...
After breakfast we headed to the small ferry that shuttles across the estuary between Poland and Germany. A short crossing that costs nothing but one wonders why no bridge has been built. We were the last vehicle on, squashed at the back so tightly we couldn't open our doors. But we made it. Filled the petrol on the other side before getting into Germany and then set off on better road surfaces but slow travel behind trucks ...
... hospital during WWII. There were very lavish state rooms, reception rooms, the throne room etc. When we got to Malchow, our hotel was on the canal in a delightful small village. However, the cobblestone road turned out to be quite noisy at night. Apart from that, it was a lovely hotel which had been there a long time, and lots of its history was on display. The outdoor beer garden was in an excellent position along the water, in full view of ...
Today a 30min meandering walk to view the exhibits at the Neues Museum on Berlin's Museum Island. Then drive back to Hamburg via the impressive Schwerin Palace, a grand ducal residence and seat. Unfortunately we missed the guided tour and made do with an audio commentary via headphones. We lost half an hour during the drive due to a traffic jam resulting from an inexplicable transition from autobahn to a single lane road ending at a set of traffic lights. ...
Part of taking it easy is more hitchhiking. Don't get me wrong, I still like to move on. Staying in one spot for a long time without good reason, just doesn't do it for me. When I break up camp, the weather is not great. Today I'm planning on hitchhiking to Wismar. I walk to the border of Grevesmühlen and find a nice spot to hitchhike. It's not long before someone picks me up and drops me five kilometre from Wismar centre. I ...