In Hamburg, they have a church named the Petri church:
When we there, they’d put a bunch of crap/crab on the back:
Rostock also has a Petri church, which is the tallest building. When you get to the back, the city abruptly just stops:
In Rostock, we went to the Petri keller for dinner. It’s an medievaly place, so everything was grayscale, and here’s the remains of the mountain of meat we had:
We had meed from clay mugs, which you cannot really see on this picture:
At the second course dinner night, we had some food and, more importantly, an Underberg:
Naturally, we did not use the glass. Jan also took a photo of the Underberg:
Yesterday, we went to Warnermünde. We went to the beach, which was a bit cold, dark and windy:
Also, a seagull ate a little girl (or her food), but I did not get a picture of that.
Mas tried eating a mussel (or just posing for a picture). He didn’t particularly like the taste:
AFter the beach, we put our shoes back on. For some unexplained reason, I snapped a picture of this magnificent event:
We saw a Kartoffelstube, which is a concept, I cannot even imagine what entails:
We saw some houses which, it should be noted, are not an ATM:
Time person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012.