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Travel Blogs from Flensburg
Walking back to the van we found a € Shop, this we decided was a must for the morning, effectively a 79p shop :-) Lucy spotted a toy shop and also declared we would be going back.
Not sure if it was the road, the railway, the pavement sweeper or excitement for the € shop but we were all wide awake by 7am and up fed and showered by 9am.
The town was no let down :-)
We found a beach with a ...
... time to pop to Denmark but unfortunately so was Denmark closed :-/
We managed to find one open supermarket and a bar where we purchased large Carlsbergs while Lucy performed a show dancing round the quiet bar. We didn't stay there long!
The cash machine was a highlight of the day, withdrawing 300 kroner felt like loads but turned out to be about £30. At 62 kroner a beer our cash did not last ...
Drove to Flensburg and had a lovely day at this charming port town. A great shopping area with lots of churches. I should have mentioned our car as we come to the end of our driving trip tomorrow. We ( meaning Ron) have driven over 2400 km on the German autobahns reaching speeds of 170 km legally. The roads were good (except for road works) the drivers were good as well. Trucks stayed at the same speed in the slow lane. When we had to merge everyone took it in ...
The land is very flat and on the way we saw MANY power generation windmills as well as large solar fields. It is obvious the Germans are investing In these technologies.
We headed up the A7 and drove through Flensburg - a very pretty port town. We then continued on to Tonder which is our intended location.
Tonder is a very pretty old town and since it is Saturday the town square was hosting a band and the square was filled with people ...
... 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. ...