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Travel Blogs from Lilienthal
... from the fast lane! Arrived in Vegesack (not far from Bremen) at 1430 hours, just over 430 kilometres and found the camping car place easily - as before right next to the Weser but we were pleased to find that there was no snow unlike last January! This 'aire' has electricity at one euro per eight hours, extremely useful for our Tassimo ...
... and took a few shots of the other ships and
boats moored along the bank and then returned to the sailing ship for
Of course the menu is all in German and so I had no idea as to what to
order and so I did my usual and simply picked something and just hoped I liked
Sure enough what arrived looked and tasted great. It was some like a
chicken dish in some lovely sauce wrapped up in a massive pancake.
With that eaten I ...
... After a latish start Monica took us out for the day to Hook zee, a fishing village on the north sea coast. This is on a creek which feeds into the sea through a cut. From there we drove to the beach which was on the seaward side of a high levee where we paid for beach entry to a vast flat area covered at high tide but reaching far out into the bay. The wind was cutting & we were rugged up & surveyed the area before retreating on to the sea ...
... into the ladies loos at the bus station because Jens wasn't there to give directions lol!! The bus trip was very smooth with a 1.5 hour trip on a large boat. All the Danes were out the back soaking up the sun. Without Jens and Anders to help us we ordered a snack. Don got a meaty roll and all I could recognise as having no meat was the apple pie. It was hard to read the menu. On the bus trip I met a friendly 75yo woman who ...
... route back to Petersfehn to a different part of the area. We past the nursery of the man whom Heinz-Herman said invented the big bonsai method of shaping trees. These trees, conifers, were everywhere around Bad Zwischenahn and looked spectacular in gardens.
For the evening meal we had raclette - a Swiss method of cooking in pans under a hot element. We each had a small pan in which cheese was ...