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... using information recovered. The settlement is also a living history museum as there are ship builders, weavers, and metal crafters using methods from the time of the settlement. A link to the museum: http://www.vikingsofbjornstad.com/Museu mHaithabu.htm
The ship builders were most interesting, one was cutting the large planks with an axe while the other pieced the planks together and did the fine trim work. ...
... But it wasn't there, I promise...." ......."No, dear, don't worry, we'll get another...." Sigh... But, as I explained, I am not without guilt, having left a whole bloody 30m cord and spool behind last year....! ********! No wifi here , nor last night either, so I won't try to upload this just now. We have a nice camp here at Schleswig-Holstein, only 30m from the shore of what I assume is a lake . The camp itself is not flash - older, ...
... for the morning.
Kiel is the capital of the Stadt Schleswig-Holstein. Stadt roughly translates to state and I live in this state. Although, states are not the same as in US, Germany does have 16 states. Kiel is a port city and there were two cruise ships/ ferries docked waiting for their departure to Oslo.
We walked around for about 3 hours, but it was quite overcast and not ...
We are now heading North and may stop one more night in Germany or cross the border, we shall see! Stopped for now in the inevitable McCafe for morning coffee and an internet fix, Sue has made contact but I am still 'revolving' and have not touched down. So, we did not get onto the internet for some unknown reason! We headed North passing through Hamburg on the motorway and were amazed at the sheer size of the docklands ...
DAY 6 ..... Sunday, May 25th ..... At Sea
DAY 7 ..... Monday, May 26th ..... Kiel Canal Transit
This was an interesting bonus on this cruise.
Not many people outside Europe and we expect even outside the immediate vicinity know of the Kiel Canal.
It cuts across what we would be Jutland peninsula that that includes part of Germany and the 'mainland' ...