On our free day in Stockelsdorf I was able to go around with John and his host family and do a little more sightseeing in Lübeck. The first stop was nicknamed the Seamen's church and is where all of the sailors in the olden days (whenever that might have been) would go while in the city. Inside a small room to the side were the remains of a life boat from a crashed ship that held the only eight survivors of the catastrophe.
Replica of the crashed ship
The actual life boat
Small replica of the building
The bedrooms. Daisy would NOT fit :(
So these are remnants from when the church was destroyed at some point and the bells fell. The church decided to leave two of them as they were
At noon the clock went to WORK!
This is on the outside of the church
He's such a jolly looking devil! Oh, and the statue is cute too. (Wah wah)
John and I and our best friends. And no we did not call each other and both decide to wear red. . . maybe
This boat's name is ELLEN... just like one of the other counselors!
In case you had forgotten who she was. (Shame on you!)
The Frederick Chopin!
Gah, look at those silly people burning calories!
Lübeck at a distance!