Beach sights in Rostock
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The jewel in Warnemünde's crown is its long, wide expanse of startlingly white beach. Even the butt-ugly concrete block that's the Hotel Neptun can't spoil it, while the mollusc-shaped Teepott building (think the TWA terminal at New York's JFK airport) and 19th-century lighthouse positively add to its quirky appeal. Warnemünde is all about sunbathing, promenading, eating fish and sipping cocktails on the beach. Sundown, when the crowds have abated slightly, is a memorable time to be here.