Wyndham Stralsund HanseDom
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
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With the weather set fair, we decided to keep the bikes for an extra day. Liz and I walked over the hill to Gross Zicker to pick up some bread for the picnic, and once the girls were up, the picnic made, and the sun tan cream on, we headed for the beach. Unfortunately a few jelly fish prevented any serious swimming, but we spent a relaxing few hours on the sand - with the mobile coffee & ice cream cart arriving just as we finished ...
... was genuinely cold - but I suspect the author of that particular Lonely Planet section must have been on extra commission from the local tourist board.
We DID find a very nice coffee shop, and the main church and the Rathaus were very ornate. Otherwise the place had a rather flat feel to it. After the visit to St Nikolai's church, Liz began to feel the cold, and went back to the car. The girls did some wondering around the shops, and I was determined to visit ...
... out. I persuaded everyone that now was the chance to sample the delights of the Baltic Sea (we had brought wet suits!). The nearest proper beach was about 10 minutes away in the car, and we were delighted to find that there was a sprinkling of those funny two-person hooded seats (the German word for which is predictably long, and I have hence forgotten it). The seats were 2 Euros 50 per hour (or 7 Euros for half a day). A very jolly ...
I woke up to rain beating down on the roof, and had breakfast watching a few hardy souls taking a stroll along the quay. However, by ten the clouds were higher in the sky, and Liz and I decided to walk across the hills to Gross Zicker. After just a few hundred yards we were taking off our jackets, as the sun appeared amid patches of blue sky.
Our leisurely walk took us up to the look-out point, from which you can survey most of the ...
I woke up fairly early (obviously well before everyone else!), and decided to explore the headland to the south of the little harbour where we're staying. Our map showed a coastal footpath leading in a circle to another little port about 5 miles away, with a short-cut return inland back to Gager. It was a rather grey Sunday morning, but there were quite a few dog-walkers out, and we greeted each other with a short "Morgen" (excluding the dog, obviously) as ...