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We awoke to a lovely sunny morning and a chorus of waterfowl cries.
Schleswig has a very good museum in a Renaissance castle - the Schloss Gottorf, with some items that we particularly wanted to see. We packed our lunch and set off on the path which ran right along beside the sea.
Our entrance fee was 9e- unlike ...
After a difficult day yesterday, but one we would not have missed, we left Adendorf, heading north to a town my son had highly recommended. ( thank-you Martin!)
We by passed Hamburg and Lubeck ( see previous 2013 blog) and Kiel, passing over the Elbe and the Kiel Canal.
As we drove along we were intrigued to see several old ...
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 ...
An overnight stay right on the Baltic Coast just West of Felnsburg; we arrived here on 29 Apr and decided to leave on the 30 Apr because from the 1 May you have to pay to get onto the beach - even just to walk on it, let alone swim!
It was a very peaceful night - one of the best so far even though we had to walk about 400m to the shower and washing up block!
We left around ...
... but right next to the main road it was it going to be quiet!
After dinner we set off looking for a bar, we walked for ages passing posh restaurants and quiet bars. Eventually we found a bar, felt like someone's living room but she served us beer and we enjoyed the free wifi. Lucy was amazed and announced to everyone that she could Snapchat people all the way in England, this kept her quiet for a while- she even sent some ...