BEST WESTERN Prinsen Hotel
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... It is well known for its sand sculpture festival, running from May to October each year. The theme for the sculptures this year was Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales. As well as the impressive sand sculptures, there were timber and metal sculptures. Inside, they had a rock'n'roll museum, heavily focussed on Elvis. They had many items on display. We then drove further north along the coast to Hirtshals, where we visited an Oceanarium. They had a number of large ...
... less than 100m away, how good was that? During the rest of the day we took advantage of both, we stocked up for the next few days and I barbecued some chicken legs. As always, people were friendly and we chatted to many individuals, including a Swede who was now Australian but who spends his summers sailing here and a German in a Beneteau First who recommended Helgoland as an interesting island to visit. That has been filed away for a future ...
... 00, I was very pleased. We no longer need fear the dreaded time when we can’t access electricity when we’re in harbour for want of a long enough cable – toast is guaranteed!
We enjoyed the late afternoon and evening in the balmy conditions and by close of play, were looking forward to tomorrow’s adventure, a short hop to the west to the town of Hals, at the eastern entrance to this, most interesting piece of water, the ...
... routes in the Limfjord. We were travelling in the opposite direction to the arrows but essentially doing the same thing, heading up to Ålborg from Fur. We passed a great number of boats heading the way the pilot book recommended, not that they were following it as the vast majority were locals, or at least Danes.
It’s about 30 miles from Fur to Ålborg and about 2/3 of those are spent in a narrow buoyed channel with extremely shallow, ...
... well tolerated by everyone else. We arrived in Aalborg about 5.30pm so as soon as we had dropped our cases in our room we went for a walk along the foreshore to the old town. It was incredible the number of people out in the street and dining in outdoor restaurants. The sun is out and so are all the Danes. We eventually found a nice restaurant in the town square and ate chicken salads and wine in the pleasant early evening ...