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... while Thomas did whatever he did. The first was the start of a series on the Romanovs preparing us for St. Pete
Am just bArely
Managing as most of what I had written was just lost when the time ran out and they have very kindly given me little time free to finish but I am so discouraged I am not going to try to recreate it. Will try again at Tallinn. It's after 6now anyway. Sorry, it was pretty good.
... But this is common in Europe.. Unfortunately the three of us just couldn't do it, swimmers it was! After a good couple of hours, marc, Julien, Paul and I rode into the second village on the island to visit this church with a nice poem on the wall. We all had photos with the piece which I will include later on. We then rode back to the harbour, packed the tent, collected our things, returned the bikes and hopped on the ferry back ...
... over the place come to race their yachts across the Baltic to the island. We arrived at Hiddensee at about 10.30am and set up camp in a field, rented bikes and rode to Marc's friend Henry's place up the road. There we had a light beer and chatted before riding to the beach, swimming in the cold Baltic and then riding to the lighthouse. Hiddensee is a beautiful island in the Baltic with about 1000 residents and no cars. It mostly consists of very green paddocks with giant hay ...
... This church also had stones on the floor in memory of a loved one, as long as your family paid the church your loved ones name remained there, if they did not pay they scratched their name off and entered another name etc.
We saw the town square where we had lunch and learned a bit more from Daniel about Germany. Then we took a tour boat back to Warnemunde where we strolled back to the ship stopping for souvenirs along the way.
Another sunny and warm day when we woke up this morning so we were looking forward to just lazing about the ship and not doing much in particular.
At 11.00am we attended a fascinating lecture in the Neptune Lounge called “The Life and Works of Carl Fabergé”, who was famous as jeweller to the Russian Tsarina. Perhaps Fabergé is most ...
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