|Setting up our pitch|
The restaurant is also a guest house with a row of nice looking bungalows attached, they also smoke their own fish and do a BBQ in summer season.
|The Peenemunde museum site, with the powerstation that was still in use during the DDR times|
|These railway tracks are the tracks of death, they were used to bring the forced labour and raw materials into the Peenemunde weapons site and transport the finished articles out to the launch sites.|
|A V2 not on its original launch pad|
|A V1 sitting on a launch ramp also not in its original position|
|The V1 or as it was named in England "The Doodle Bug"|
|V2 head cones, 1 used and one slightly damaged|
|Werner and his mate posing for the camera|
|Some of the inner workings of the V1|
|The Bunker switch room now a souvenir shop (a far better use for it)|
Next we headed to the ferry.
This would take us across the River Schweine and on along the Baltic coast heading towards Gdansk (Danzig) another of the old Hansiatic cities. We took the a more meandering route than we had originally planned so did not make it to our planned campsite, but that is the joy of a camper, the only destination is your final one. We ended up at a smashing site in a small holiday resort called Mielno.
|Our evening meal sizzling away in the wood fired ovens|
|Our food, simple but very tasty, alas no vinegar!|
|All gone! Linda ordered a large beer when a small one would have done!|