I'll be in north Germany next May and wonder if someone knows the sizes of the lockers in Schwerin HBf and Stralsund Hbf.
I have a long-haul flight case, 75x50x30cm, and would like to know if it fits in the one of these stations' lockers.
If not, is there any other option, as a case/box payed cloakroom, available in these stations? What is the biggest existing locker's size (since I could travel with my 65cm, smaller case in the place of this 75cm one)?
Thanks for any help!
please can someone give me information about island Poel in
Mecklenburg Vorpommern, especially on nice and not too expensive accomodations.
We are planning a trip there like in last minute :)
Thanks in advance
I'm visiting Rostock this weekend and have one day to explore the city by myself. It's going to be a Sunday (since lots of stores will be closed), but I'd like to see a market if there is one on Sunday and the downtown. I'll be staying about a km away from the main train station. Any suggestions about what to see would be appreciated. Also, is it impossible to find a grocery store in the neighborhood? I'd like to buy some chocolate :)
I plan to stay in Wismar or Bad Doberan this summer. Would it be easy to get to Ruegen by train or bus for the day from either of these places please? Also, are there any round trips by bus from Wismar or Bad D. which visit the sights of Ruegen? Thanks for help.
We are 5 seniors intending to visit Mecklenburg Vorpommern September 16-21,2008.
We are interested in visiting Schwerin, Wismar, Rostock, Stralsund and Hamburg by a rented car.
We are interested in staying in one base place. In which town would you recommand to stay Schwerin or Rostock?
We thank you in advance.
I have rather a weird question...but is there anyone who has been to or would be able to tell me anything about this small town? I have a friend who has a house there and I will (hopefully) be coming to stay for a little while during June (World Cup time). I have been having trouble finding websites, etc., that have information about it.
I will be planning on flying into Berlin and taking the train to Warin.
This will be my first time to Germany (and, as of right now, I know very sparse German). I have been told that in this part of Germany it is difficult to run into other English-speakers (not that I am coming to Germany to meet other English-speakers, just that I don't have much confidence in my being able to speak German, but I will try my best):). Anyways, any insight that can be offered would be appreciated!
A couple of weeks ago, I returned to Sweden with the night train from Berlin via Sassnitz. On the way to the ferry, I saw several clusters of what looked like radio masts or similar, blinking in sequences with a red light. Since it was a November night, it was impossible to see if it was indeed masts, or if it was chimneys, but I never saw any smoke (although it looked like some power station thing as far as lights go). There were LOADS of these things and all blinking in a sequence which gave a very spooky effect when seen from a train. The train was too fast for me to see what every little village was called, but the first of these (I saw a couple) was just north of Neubrandenburg. What did I see??? :)))
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