Hotel Nørre Vinkel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lemvig
... During all of this toing and froing of clouds and rain, we too were busy, walking to and from the washing & drying machines in the shower block; laundry time again. On the way, I had spotted a boat that is a sort of generic example of what I mean when I tell people that one day we might buy a boat to explore the inland waterways of Europe. Brits I tell this to immediately conjure up a vision of a narrow boat or some plastic horror that we see in ...
... the lulls. It is at times like these that I think how lucky we are to still have our health and relative strength – long may it last.
It was delightfully warm in the cockpit, sheltered as we were by the spray hood and the reason why I’d chosen to reverse in. It was now about 15:45, it had taken us 45 minutes to get her comfy and pay our dues at the harbour teller machine (all Danish ports, pretty much, have a sophisticated ATM ...
... than the UK, wasn’t out of this world with of course, the notable exception of booze. So as I said, it was nice being back in Denmark where there are no such constraints!
Back on the boat, I got on with blogging and Julie did a tidy up and clean. The guest heads will once again become our wet locker and storage area for wellies etc, and one of the guest cabins will end up being stuffed to the gills with sundry items, including deck cushions, ...
... entrance to the Limfjord during the German occupation between 1939 and 1945 . The way in was protected by a line of mines that could be raised and lowered, I think I recall. What I do recall is that the troop numbers at their peak reached 800, quite an impact on this small town. Once back on board, we had bacon, egg & beans for breakfast and with that, were ready for the off, destination the town of Struer, 23 miles away and the final harbour for Paul, who would be ...
... had set this up in advance, given the forecast and our direction of travel, for the simple reason that doing so under sail is tricky and dangerous in strong winds and lumpy seas. Not impossible, of course but tricky and if it can be avoided, so much the better. Anyway, with a reefed genoa and the pole deployed, we were bowling along at 6-7 knots when we arrived at the go/no go decision point and all of us were in agreement (no pressure, honestly!) ...