Atlantic Hotel am Flotenkiel
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... to Bremerhaven railway station for her journey back to Crailsheim (Bremerhaven, Hanover, Stuttgart, Crailsheim) arriving at 12.35am. We won't see Vera again until we are back in Adelaide. Horst drove Pavel, Corinna, Ron and I to Bremen. Corinna to her car, Pavel took a flight back to Prague and we had drinks with Horst until our Germania flight to Vienna left at 7pm. A sad ...
... were used during the war and it turned out we were camping right next to the old lock wall.
It was a 2 minute cycle to the ticket office where luckily Mrs. Grumpy was no where to be seen. We bought tickets and loaded bikes onto the ferry (and we didn't need to take off panniers!). We sat downstairs ate breakfast and sipped on our hot chocolates.
The ferry ride was about 40 minutes. Then we started the 33km stretch to the next ferry. The route took us right along ...
... br> We ended up going to a local restaurant where we spoilt ourselves on a 3 course meal to celebrate our halfway milestone. Today is halfway through the trip and also halfway through the camping (in terms of nights in a tent).
Tomorrow we are getting a ferry and cycling up to Cuxhaven. The next day Stade and hopefully in 3 days time we will be able to have lunch in Hamburg!
Hope all is well with everyone! Photos now up from yesterday ...
... to be a toll house to collect toll fees from the boats sailing to Bremen on the River Wumme. The restaurant was renovated in 1999. It has a straw roof that is guaranteed to last for 30 years. The ferry across the river at this point is a row boat to transport people and bicycles! Back to Bremen for a nap then wine and nibbles on Horst's ...
... I can talk about the 19 days in this blog entry, so I’ll just talk about some of the highlights and experiences. The first of which is always meeting the rest of the crew. Young Endeavour is run by 12 professional
navy crew and 24 youth crew, or World Voyagers. As we came together on the ship
on the 3rd of August, some who had already been on the boat for 4 weeks, others who were, like me, returnees who had already ...