|Dock at Warnemunde, Germany as the Norwegian Star headed out to the Baltic Sea
To get to the main downtown section only took about a 15-minute walk along the waterfront to the small village that offered a wide variety of food and curios.
And we quickly found the “restroom” which was on the main street, although it did cost a little bit to use which wasn’t any big deal.
We usually don’t stay close to the ship so we meandered through the small downtown area observing churches, restaurants and clothing stores.
But we did stop long enough in Warnemunde to watch a worker constructing a cobblestone street. The process was interesting and, as expected, it does take quite a bit of time to make everything fit and look nice.
A street performer was hanging out on the bridge, dressed out in white, hoping for touristy tips, of which we did participate.
It was time we decided to spend in the city and around the waterfront.
Upon getting off the ship we came across my wife’s favorite fruit — strawberries. There was a stand offering up the sweet treats.
Because my wife is a stroke survivor and can’t cover much territory very fast, the seaside town offered the perfect outing.
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