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visting rostock germany

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we are planning on traveling from Warnemeunde to Rostock on a day trip while
our cruise ship is docked.
several people have suggested taking the train which we are planning on doing.
several people suggested returning by boat but did not give further details.
is taking a boat back expensive? if so we could get return train tickets.
we are planning on seeing the astrological clock and perhaps the Stassi police
museum.
is there anything else of interest in rostock?
Also planning on visiting the light house in Warnemeunde
other than that anything else there to see.
Also a good place for lunch?
Also once we get back to our ship which does not leave until late evening is there a bar or night club in warnemeunde with entertainment?

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