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... br> We ended up going to a local restaurant where we spoilt ourselves on a 3 course meal to celebrate our halfway milestone. Today is halfway through the trip and also halfway through the camping (in terms of nights in a tent).
Tomorrow we are getting a ferry and cycling up to Cuxhaven. The next day Stade and hopefully in 3 days time we will be able to have lunch in Hamburg!
Hope all is well with everyone! Photos now up from yesterday ...
... was shortish and very straight so at 5:30pm we arrived at the giant campsite that is "Dornumerland". Here a slightly eccentric man took our details laughing loudly and taking great pleasure in showing us where everything was. A very nice chap.
The campsite has space for around 450 vans and a long field for tents. It is right on the North Sea with a long beach stretching the entire length of the site (see photos). It has ...
... longest day so far at 57 miles.
Nothing much happened until just before lunch when Oskar took a small tumble scrapeing his knee again. Luckily he unclipped and fell mostly onto grass otherwise it could've been much worse.
We had lunch in Pieterburen next to an old windmill. Having stuffed ourselves we powered on only stopping briefly to get food and a couple spare chain links for my bike. ...
... mill and saw mill), church, old village and stopped at the Rostrup Gardens. This area is famous for its ham and smoked eel. There are eels in the lake. Back to the city centre for coffee and cake then back to Bremen on the 16:45 S3 train and to Horst's office. We went to Rewe supermarket to buy rolls and cut meats and cheeses. Then off to Papageno Italian Ristorante near Horst's ...
After a quiet night at Bredstedt - well, after the Zumba session at the leisure centre had finished!- we set off south again. We passed over the north sea canal and under the Elbe, bypassing Hamburg and on to the madness that is the A1 Autobahn. Most of this road ...