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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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Thursday was a transit day. We collected the rental car, then took a ferry to Fredeikshavn in Denmark. It only took 3 1/2 hours to get there, then a couple of hours drive to the small village of Klim, just near Fjerritslev. We settled into our nice hotel room, then went for a short drive down to the beach - bit disappointing by Oz standards - lots of pebbles, some sand, flat surf. Had a lovely dinner at the hotel restaurant. The next day, Friday, we set off up the coast to a town ...
... 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 ...
... us were several couples and families from the cruise ship in the harbour, a cruise ship populated by US citizens we think. Anyway, having alighted from the bus, we were following one of these groups when the wife very carefully laid a brochure or something on a hedge that bordered someone’s house and carried on walking. Now bear in mind that one of the joys of visiting this part of the world is the paucity of litter, graffiti, bad manners ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...