Romantikhotel Namenlos & Fischerwiege
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we finally muddled through.
The next difficulty was, on which platform would we catch our train. The signs were confusing, and I forced everyone on and off the train on the nearest platform, then realized it was the one we needed, so we boarded again with just minutes to spare before the train departed.
There was confusion again when we got to Rostock’s main train station.
Our guide book advised ...
... after a bit of train/line swapping we came to Acton East station. A relatively short walk of about 15 mins and we came to 10 Ashfield Rd. Lovely couple, Alex and Steffens, and a beautiful room. Spotless and modern (apparently recently renovated, along with the rest of the house. Down to the Goldsmith's Arms on Acton Lane for tea, a spot of shopping at Tesco's on Uxbridge Rd. Then back home to flick the TV around and in bed by 10pm. Haven't quite determined what to do tomorrow, ...
... and amber. In the evening there was some great entertainment and we wondered around to the different venues listening to the different types of music sipping on a cocktail. Interesting towel animals on our bed every night after the turn down ...
Left Mulackstrasse at 9ish for a train trip, firstly to Berlin Hauptbahnhoffe, then on a regional train to Rostok then Warnemunde. We arrived, finally, at around 1pm. We eventually found our way to the Royal Princess after foregoing a wander into the town. Embarkation was easy and we made our way to our Stateroom - they used to call them cabins once, but I guess that didn't sound too flash! We are so taken by the ship and all it had to offer we decided to go on our own ...
... that harken back to the town’s vibrant history in the 14th and 15th century. Much of the town has been rebuilt and restored as it was hit pretty hard during World War I and II. During this stop Bree and I learned an important lesson that the weather forecast provided on the ship cannot be trusted. In our little newsletter that morning the report said sunny with a high temperature of ...