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Travel Blogs from Dronninglund
... of 71 staff.
When watching what came off the ship when it docked it sure brought every
road in the area to a stand.
During the sail a member of staff told me they had over 1100 motorcycles
booked on a sailing this coming Sunday!!
Finally on board and rather than walk about this floating shop I simply
went in hunt for some dinner and ended up going to the buffet restaurant right
at the front of the ship on deck 7. This restaurant is one of the ...
We had an early morning as although the ferry didn't arrive until 9am we were woken at 6am and told we had to be out if the cabin by 7am. Lovely start to the day. Once in Hirtshals it was simple to book a ferry to Kritiansand in Norway and we were back on a ferry by 12:15 though this one was a shorter trip with much better entertainment on board. It was a lovely sunny day so spend most of the trip on the deck enjoying the ...
Time to leave the Island but first another great experience. Lili Jepsen from the Local History Museum had agreed to meet us at breakfast. She is the lady who put us in touch with our Danish cousin Kurt who lives on the mainland. Lili had spent the weekend in Sweden but made the effort to meet us, and drive us to the ferry. She is a lovely lady and we were delighted to have the opportunity to thank her in person for all she and the local historian have done for ...
... we got talking to a local painter. He explained that the normal population of Lęsų is about 1800 but in summer it swells to about 12,000 including tourists. We asked about all the houses with til salg (for sale) signs. He explained that if, after a couple of years you can’t find work, the Government required you to move to work.
We headed back to the hotel. Ruth was again in the lead when her bicycle and the kerb ...
... system. To rent the car we paid the lady and signed a brief 1 page form in the Tourist office then walked into town to an unmanned small office. Tom received a text with a phone number which, when he rang it, opened a small cupboard in which were hanging the keys for the three available electric cars. We took the keys for car #2 (as the tourist lady had told us to do) and drove off for the afternoon. We reversed the procedure when we returned the car.