Warnemunde, Germany
Warnemunde is an old German seaside resort community that has deep water docking for cruise ships.  I think most of them stop here simply to give passengers access to the trains to take them to Berlin. But it is a very lovely place to stop. The town is easy to access, plenty of interesting shops and cafes, and if it ever warmed up, the beach is a great place to enjoy the water.
For us this was a great stop as we took a very leisurely walk around the town, seeing all the sights. After dinner, we went back out and I found an internet cafe on the dock that charged only $5 per hour. Great for catching up on the trip and sending messages back home.
In the city center, we sat for a while in an outdoor cafe, enjoyed the local beer, and listened to the street vendors.
Cruise Log
Thursday June 27th Warnemunde, Germany

4:00 am Crossing the shipping lanes to and from
the Great Belt, and making our approach to
6:32 am Alongside Passenger Quay No.
12:00 nn Wind:West- Force 5 Sky: Cloudy
Air Temperature: 63 ° F 17 ° C
10:15 pm Departing the Dock
10:54 pm Set course for the Great Belt

So, from here, now On To Arhus, Denmark. Our Last Stop

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