Nick & Betty's Baltic Cruise
June 22 to July 4, 2008

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June 25: Port of Warnemunde, Germany, gateway to Berlin Warnemunde boat-train leaves for Berlin, 2-hours away
The port of Warnemunde with its colorful sailing boats and fishermen houses
Historic Rostock's Kroeplin Gate Warnemunde's Lighthouse built in 1897 and still in use
Rostock's Market Square gable roofs date from the 15th century Beefsteak and a baked potato in Block House Restaurant
Stockholm is situated on 14 islands linked by 57 bridges  
June 27: Our ship docked at Stockholm port at 8:00 am We took a panoramic tour of Stockholm and the Vasa Museum
Views of Stockholm Harbor
Stockholm City Hall was part of our city tour Inside City Hall: The Blue Hall is the site of Nobel Prize Banquet
The world travelers in front of Stockholm City Hall Museum for the Swedish warship Vasa built in 1628
Stockholm Old Town is a warren of narrow cobble streets and building dating from the 15th century
Stockholm Ferries offer a convenient shortcut between Stockholm's major islands
A tight squeeze through some of the 40,000 islands in the archipelago. Note the tennis court on the right
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