Steigenberger Hotel Stadt Hamburg
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... of religious mosaics and New Testament themes.. Outside it is equally impressive with its multi coloured domes and further mosaic features. Lunch started with a shot of vodka followed by salad,soup main course and sweets in a sum what nondescript restaurant. Next stop was a tightly controlled souvenir shop as we were not allowed to wander the streets unaccompanied. Despite its dour exterior, St P has a vibrant and creative cultural heart. Tomorrow we sail all day to ...
... 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 ...
... a small outdoor theatre for a summer stock production of The Bard seemed to fit in with the surroundings. But enough! The Midnight Summer Dream abruptly ended when ugly graffiti started to appear and showing once again that no matter where, some people have little respect for personal property and precious historical monuments and must leave their mark. Fortunately we had come to the end of the wall ...
... he has the professorial part of his future career down pat!
After a quick stroll around Warnemunde, we hopped onto the train into Rostock. As you might expect, this German train was spotless and very high tech. Falk had to show me how to get into the WC! Once we reached the town center, we switched to the local tram to reach the old town. Felt like a native, now that I'd mastered two forms of local ...