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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we neared the other side we needed to be back on the train prior to docking so that it could pull out. No time for stragglers or taking photos, these ferrys are all very punctual as I had been observing.
We took our time to pack up and leave, but we were out by 11... We must be getting better at this. We tried to visit the Scandi Candy factory at Hokopinge on the way to the bridge, however it was shut much to the kids disappointment. So on to the bridge at Malmo across to Denmark, which was really just a long bridge, but a tick in the box none the less. We stopped for lunch at Koge, which was a nice quaint ...
We've just spent two days at sea. We slept for 14 horus a day, ate pizza for eight hours a day and the rest of our time was spent poopin' or taking photos of the ocean. I guess this is what holidays are all about.
We deleted all of the 'at sea' photos - we never want to be reminded of that time again. The attached photos are general left-overs from other places we've visited.
... some of the finest ceiling paintings from 1500 in faded earth colours against a white ceiling giving an overall sense of brightness and light, recently restored as the original paintings had been chalked over during the restoration , people not being permitted to be distracted by imagery.The cross by the road circled with stones engraved with names-in medieval times the King ordered 20 red eared oxen from ...
... history, the one-time chalky sea bed with its embedded flint stratum was pushed and dislodged by glaciers during the Ice-Age to form the cliffs.About to walk along the narrow pebbly beach under the towering cliffs we encountered a German film crew including a mangled bicycle and two 'forensic police' and a bunch of technicians,camera crew etc and were unable to proceed! Instead of the proposed walk, I collected bits of flint, sharp as ...