TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aarnhoog Keitum
Travel Blogs from Keitum
... the wheel and ramp of his MH ( and his feet!) right in front of me!!
We decided at that point that we would move on early the next morning.
We found free flat parking in Ribe and spent a lovely ...
... We spent a great 3 hours here watching the the kite and wind surfers as well as flying our own kite for an hour. The sun was shining but the wind was quite strong; it gave us a good upper body work out!
Wouldn't want to come here in the Summer; it must be wall to wall campers and cars!
After arriving at Tonder and extracting GP from the first pitch using our mud tracking we settled on a less muddy pitch for the remainder of our stay!!
It was once again off on the bikes around the local area for a couple of days taking in the Waddhen Nature Reserve as well as various engineering feats such as the Hoye Dyke ...
... more ancient beliefs through to the effects of the Reformation and the Lutheran leadership. More recently there is a movement to more "free" churches and likely for many people a movement away from the practice of any mainstream religions.
The feature exhibition was a display of the work of Hans J. Wagner who was an iconic designer from Tonder. Much of his work involved the design of furniture.
Our accommodations tonight are on the German side of the ...
... about the stones in the road represented DDR and Denmark border. So what did I do, yes I jumped back and forth from one country to other and then put one leg in Germany and the other in Denmark. The sunrise was beautiful here but you had to be awake at 3.30am (not a problem when you sleep in a van full of windows).
Skandi tour well and truly started especially when we looked at all the Skandi flags on the border from our night spot.