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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had a favourable current and decent winds at times, so we clocked along at around 5 knots, quite satisfactorily. Apart from a passing small ship carrying a few dozen containers the other way, there was not much excitement during our voyage, we passed it most pleasantly and vowed to return here one day, we both of us really fell for the Limfjord.
We arrived in Hals at around 13:30 in bright, warm sunshine (sorry if I’m being boring but ...
... 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 ...
... t remember us do you?’ as the distance between our boats became ever greater and as they were quite right, we didn’t - so rather than be embarrassed further, we just carried on. Anyway, the knockers on the boat this evening said ‘hello Derek, hello Julie’ and it was them again. They also had two friends with them, Lisa and Sven. Anyway, we did finally remember them, they were the owners of a boat that we’d admired when we ...
... live in Sweden because houses are cheaper and commute to work in Denmark. As both are EU countries it is not a problem. I also found out that Denmark is known to have the best chocolates in the world - according to the Danes, Anthon Berg chocolates are the Mercedes Benz of chocolate! One of the favourites is plum in Madeira and I must admit it was delicious. Now for some interesting facts about today's destination, a place ...
A beautiful morning, blue skies and warm. We had to arrive 2.5 hrs before our 11.30 sailing and drove into the port at 8.45 to be greeted by what looked like a shambles. Mhomes, cars, mbikes, were shuffled off to a sand parking lot which vehicles facing all directions. Gradually we were filtered out towards another queue at checkin. Here we learnt that passengers have to leave the vehicles prior to embarkation ...