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6/7/15. Off to Denmark The car was loaded with luggage and we set off, cameras at the ready so as not to miss the big bridge on the way to Sweden! We drove out of town easily, and onto the freeway, heading towards the Oresund Bridge at 130kmh! The bridge is a motor and rail bridge, it starts on the Danish side with a four-kilometre tunnel under the Drogden Strait exiting on an artificial island called Peberholm. The bridge itself then runs eight kilometres to the ...
... alliance to protect them against Germany on their southern border. The Union was dissolved in 1523 by King Vasa, who also transformed the castle from a fortress into a palace. Like so many castles we have visited, most of this castle has been beautifully restored and furnished with period furniture, paintings and tapestries.
After visiting the castle we walked for a few hours along the waterfront and came across a great beach area with a ...
... our money’s worth!
The Kronan or Crown, suffered a terrible fate on June 1st 1676 when she tacked too quickly whilst participating in the Battle of Öland against a combined Dutch / Danish fleet, tacking too quickly in that she was carrying too much sail and capsized. This was bad enough but what really ruined everyone’s day was that her gunpowder store then exploded, blowing her bows off and breaking her in two, so that she quickly sank. Over ...
... type terrain to Colorado terrain in as little as 25 miles while gaining in elevation just slightly.
The owner of the B and B gave us some highlights to see on the island and told us the King of Sweden was staying on the island for holiday. To think we picked this for the price and it turns out we could be having high tea with the king of ...
... than a return visit to the glassblower, who was there now and busy making some simple pieces, we may come back again when he is doing something more complex. That and a visit on board our neighbour’ s boat – they came in late yesterday having motored for 15 hours from Västervik. It was 'Freya of Mersey’, belonging to Tony and Louise Halliwell. They keep Freya in Fehmarn too and we last spent time with them during the 2012 Rally in ...