Romantikhotel Namenlos & Fischerwiege
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... NOT face the main altar. They are perpendicular to it. I have never seen that in any church. We were told it had to do with the acoustics of the church and a desire to face the processions that came in from the side.
We returned to the ship and I decided I needed a brat and beer for lunch so I walked into the nearby town of Warnemunde to seek them out. It is a lovely seaside town that borders on the Baltic Sea, complete with a ...
... monetary or defence decisions to be controlled by or enforced by the EU. While the EU was started to prevent a further world war, and there was the Cold War threat to give enough reason to unite in 1950, there's not enough incentive/will to overcome financial differences today when there is no Soviet threat and there hasn't been ...
... the town should be rebuilt exactly as it had been. So the buildings have the replica facades, but behind them are regular block buildings, kind of like Disneyland. In the St. Mary's Church was an astronomical clock that told the date, day, month, year, astrological sign and day of the week from the 1700 to 2017. I could look up my birthdate and see what day of the week I had been born on. The ...
... in this area which are popular with the locals but just a little bit chilly if you ask me.
We elect to skip the organised tours to Berlin which is a 6 hr round bus trip away as we will be visiting the city over three days after we complete our trip to Denmark. We hear from some of the passengers who embarked on the Berlin trips that it turned out to be a very long day with many not returning to the ship until after 8pm. We're grateful we'll ...
... was fifty minutes through rolling hills of farmland. At Schwerin, we started in a small square named for a young teacher who in 1945 shouted the news of Hitler's death, sadly costing her life as the SS arrested and executed her on the spot. The lamp post still stands to this day. Next, we walked from the train station past a central pond to the Henry the Lion Cathedral. We stopped ...