During our drive back to the Wirral after the Christmas break, Tyrone and I got talking about how we really wanted to attend a Formula 1 event in 2019.

Tyrone has been a massive Formula 1 fan his whole life, and a few years ago he went over to Spa Francorchamps to watch the Belgium Grand Prix with his dad. We’ve also visited Monaco together, although it wasn’t to watch the race!

Hooray! We’ve finally made it to the final post in my Baltic cruise travel diary series. I know I’ve dragged this one out and you’ve probably all lost interest by now, but I’ve started so I’m going to finish!

The final stop on our Baltic cruise was Copenhagen in Denmark. Copenhagen was the city I was most looking forward to visiting on this cruise and I’m kind of gutted we didn’t get to visit earlier in the itinerary when my legs weren’t so tired.

After another day at sea we docked in Warnemünde in Germany.

Funny story; although this was my first time on German soil, it shouldn’t have been. When I was about 13 years old I went on a school trip that was supposed to go to Germany. We were going to travel to Germany overnight on a coach, spend the day in Germany at a Christmas market, then return home that evening. I know, what a stupid idea!