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Stralsund, Germany Day 1

For Easter this year we spent the long weekend up in Stralsund (on the coast). 

The town has a ton of brick buildings, brick walls, brick everything

Fishes in the walkway

And it was nice wandering around. The town is not that big so the first day we explored and saw what there was to see

We stayed at a place by the water, on the top floor, with a large balcony (it was a little chilly to just sit outside) and big windows looking out over the water or over the town on the other side. It was pretty nice. 

Soup for lunch from Fritz Braugasthaus which was just okay. A bit salty...

Art exhibit in the church

I really liked this painting in the church as well

Afternoon snack at Coffifee - vegan macarons!

Chai tea

And matcha latte! The place had a sign outside that said smallest coffee shop in Stralsund and I believe it! There were two stools in this window, two stools in another window, and the counter/coffee machine and such. It was really tiny

Fancy dinner at Restaurant Lara that was so delicious! 

You could ask them for vegan options if the things listed weren't and they were super friendly and helpful.

They even made one of the desserts vegan for us! Strawberry rhubarb deliciousness!

That is it for day one in Stralsund! Rest of the photos to come


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