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Rostock was the middle of one of our most confusing A to B yet! We began in Berlin. This is what we were told we had reserved and was all included on our train pass (and were charged a reservation fee accordingly): Berlin-Rostock via train, Rostock-Malmo via ferry, Malmo-Copenhagen via bus. (yes we were silly to think the ferry and bus would also be included but when someone who works there is telling you to your face you believe it.) Anyways this is really the main Rostock tip right here: The ferry is not near the train station! We arrived in Rostock thinking the ferry would be right there and it wasn't. Luckily I think even the german-speakers thought the same as us, and a really nice lady negotiated a cab at the train's expense. Then once we got to the ferry there was no reservation and the guy working there was a slimeball. We kept saying no we can't afford a cabin and after about 10 minutes arguing with him we got a spot on the deck for E$20 (we snuck inside after the boat started cause it would have been to cold to spend the night out there.) Oh yeah, turned out cause ticket guy had such a chip on his shoulder he told us with our ticket we had to stay on the deck, but we found out that we were welcome to the comfy reclining seats once we got there. And then the bus also not included but the driver took pity on us and gave us a free ride. So there you go. Don't trust the ticket guy at the Rostock Ferry, and keep in mind that the ferry is driving, not walking distance from the train.
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Beautiful city to relax and enjoy;-)Some ideas: Stralsund in Germany - the medieval town in Northern Germany attracts its visitors with an historical city centre which reminds on the time after the Thirty year's war when Stralsund in Germany has been under Swedish control. Imposing churches and great houses of typical red brick gothic gabled architecture let you imagine how powerful Stralsund was once as a member of the Hanseatic League.The Altstadt (Old town) of Stralsund Germany which became UNESCO World Heritage in 2002, is effectively on its own island, surrounded by lakes and the Baltic Sea. The very heart of Stralsund in Germany is Alter Markt (Old Market Square) with the 13th century Rathaus (Town Hall), famous for its distinctive arcades. Start here for a nice city sightsseeing tour to see the gates at the amazing city's wall and sights like Church St.Nikolai, the Gothic Wulflamhaus and the Baroque Commandantenhaus, seat of the old Swedish command headquarters. A visit to Stralsund would not be complete without a trip to the harbour - old brick warehouses, the obligatory waterside bars and restaurants and even a theatre which gives performances in the summer - that all make the harbour of Stralsund Germany a real attraction etc.
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If you are in Waren you definitely have to go to the "Klabautermann". Is a small, nice restaurant which is situated in a little fishers-house next to the harbour and the historic city center. It only has got 18 seats, so it might be necessary to wait until you get a seat. But every minute is worth to wait - just relax at the bar and watch the chef preparing the delicious fish meals in the little kitchen behind the bar. Enjoy!
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