The sky and the sea - winter in Sank Peter-Ording, Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany. It’s a popular seaside resort and spa, and the only German seaside resort that has a sulphur spring; it also is the resort with the most overnight stays in the state of Schleswig-Holstein.
you can choose the climate or your town. On the train or whatever Rover asks “what’s the weather like in (town name)?” And the options are “it’s super dry!” “Pretty cold.” “It rains a lot” and “normal, I guess.”
Dry- desert town, rains/ snows MAYBE once a month. Sandy areas instead of dirt on upper half of town.
Cold- snow from October to April. Sun sets much earlier in winter and much later in summer. (Making the winter and summer solstice days make more sense)
Rainy- rain and snow more days than sunny. More thunderstorms
Flåm tourist stop by Tony Via Flickr: Flåm is a village in Flåmsdalen, at the inner end of the Aurlandsfjorden—a branch of Sognefjorden.
The name Flåm is documented as early as 1340 as Flaam. It is derived from the plural dative form of the Old Norse word flá meaning “plain, flat piece of land”, and it refers to the flood plains of the Flåm River.