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I recently visited your beautiful, peaceful city, and honestly didn't want to leave. It reminds me somewhat where I live in Seattle Washington, with the water all around. And Flensburg has such an interesting, and very old history. Right on the border with Denmark, it has the Danish neatness, and beauty. I will come …
I spent a short weekend in Kiel with a friend and we were surprised at what a pleasant town it is. All the red brick buildings in the old town: looking very sturdy and sober. And then you come to the Harbour and - hey, what a nice and modern breeze! I loved it. Nice beaches nearby and great paths for bicycling.
When meandering through the old town, you might get the impression that Lübeck stole all the pretty buildings in the region and squeezed as many of them as possible onto its island location. It's almost rude how much gorgeousness this city comprises in such a small space! UNESCO was equally charmed, and declared the …
Flensburg is the third-largest town in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, located on the border with Denmark, and is therefore the most northern town on the country's mainland. With around eighty thousand inhabitants, the town is not exactly large, however it is still a pretty lovely place to stop, if you are …
Kiel is and has always been all about seafaring. They even call themselves the "Sailing City" and truly they are! Each year it is host to Kiel Week, which is the largest sailing event in the world (and a major party)! Tens of thousands of people are drawn to the city to marvel at boats old and new, small and huge, with …