Hotel Chagall Aalborg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... but we reasoned that as we were here, we could always move if we had to and as it happened, we didn’t. So we ended up within 3 metres of the showers and toilets, closer than at home!
We’d come to Hals for one reason really, that is we hadn’t been here before. We had also been told that the shops were close by and that there was a grill platz ie a barbecue area. As it happened, this was about 5m from our bow and the ...
... interspersed with more modern structures but somehow the character of the buildings are preserved. We enjoyed our walk around the town but the draw of a couple of hours lounging about in the sun on the back of the boat proved too great so after a while and having completed, more or less the two walks, we headed back. There is a chandlery near the harbour and there I succeeded in purchasing 25 metres of cable plus the requisite connectors plus a spare ...
... 8211; indeed, we are very favourably impressed with the Limfjord as a nice, stress- free environment to sail in. There are a large number of harbours one can call into and If you want to spend time on the anchor instead, well you can anchor anywhere! The maximum depth we encountered was 10m below the keel, so the whole area seems to me to be anchorable, at least in gentle winds.
I have included a photo of the page in the pilot book that ...
... sandwiches (smorrebrod) on rye bread. Particularly served with a seafood topping. I can eat those. It is also a big university town with 20% of residents being students. Today was obviously the start of a university break as a large truck of very loud students dressed as sailors, swigging beers and singing were riding around the streets. While in Sweden we saw a similar end of year celebration. It was harmless fun which appears ...