My little story I call "The trip to the fjords", because it is due to the fjords we went to Norway, but as it turned out, in addition to the fjords in the country has so much more interesting. I usually do not write reports on travel, do not keep some special card index of the facts, but in this case it's different. Norway - a country in which it is impossible not to fall in love.
Just 30 km from Hamburg is an ancient town of Buxtehude (Buxtehude). Known for his tales of how the city brought Wilhelm Schroeder. Even as a child he heard folk tale about how the hedgehog and the hare competed in the race. As an adult, Schroeder wrote this story unsophisticated in Low German and moved the seat of action on the field near the town of Buxtehude.
Stade and Buxtehude - one of those cities where you can come once or twice in warm weather. Take a walk, drink, eat something tasty and local and go back. Both are located on the left bank of the Elbe and you can reach them or paromchike, which departs from the suburbs of Hamburg Blankenese, or a detour through Elbbryuke (literally - the bridge over the Elbe) .
In one of the days between Christmas and New Year, we thought it was worth a trip to some town in which we have never been. Satisfying a passion for changing places and combining it with the regular weekend - went to Lübeck. Lübeck seemed cold enough, not crowded.
Good weather, warm sea, not crowded beaches - all this almost never converge on the Baltic coast. And already in the middle of autumn, and even more so. In this case, there should be a reserve plan for marking the vast Baltic coast. Polish three-cities-together-for a long time-one-agglomeration (ie Trójmiasto, ie “Tricities”) can provide such an opportunity.