Helnan Phonix Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... 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 ...
... is on a hill, rare hereabouts and the area was used for the disposal and honouring of the dead for millennia. Over a thousand graves, containing skeletal remains or charred bones have been excavated. Apparently through time, cremation and burial alternated in terms of popularity and with the coming of Christianity around 1000 AD, burial became the norm but by then the battle with the ever-shifting sands that frequently inundated the site was becoming ...
... it in Liepāja in Latvia on June 16th 2011, an Overseas 40. We’d met them a few more times that summer and their names are Harry Franklin and his wife Siw (w as in ‘Victor’) Söderberg and their boat is called Ellen of Lysekil. They are a lovely, friendly couple and we were ashamed not to remember them quicker but such is age.. Anyway, they were all on board in a trice and with drinks served, we learned of this ...
... never heard of before. Aalborg is the 4th largest town in Denmark. Built on Limfjorden which was previously a fjord but has split into a couple of branches and is a river today.The activity of the town is centred around the river with fishing being an important production area. The area is known for its herrings, mussels and oysters. What a shame these are 3 types of Seaford which I don't like! Still it is also noted for ...
We awoke to a strong cold wind blowing in from the west. Our plan was to check out the city of Aalborg before beginning our trip out of Denmark and back to Switzerland. On the way into Aalborg we came across an ancient Viking Burial Site that dated back to around 600AD. The area was full of Viking graves and there were some interesting information boards that explained the area reasonably well. Tourist information is not easy to find in Denmark since they seem ...