Hotel Landhaus Eric (Garni)
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... rooves by crane to the exhibition centre!
At least the Danes gave it back.
The lighting in the hall is kept very low (no flash allowed) and everything is temperature controlled. The exhibition is very good, but everything is in Danish and German only, so we had to guess at a lot of the info.
We had our lunch ...
... easy and the yacht harbour was right in front of the large Cathedral with imposing tower- a good landmark!
The Aire was like several we had been on at Marinas. It had 30+ well marked out pitches, most on gravel. Ours was right on the seafront. A path went by and lots of people stopped and pointed at our numberplate - they obviously ...
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 ...
... and headed to Flensburg; Germany's most Northerly big town...quite impressive. Lunch was a toss up between Currywurst and Chips or a Greek Buffet....the Greeks won; strange we know but we used to love the Greek Restaurant in Osnabruck...so the opportunity was taken.
Once the delights of Flensburg had been exhausted, we moved into Denmark and are now staying at a small town of ...
As the clocks had gone back and we'd gone to bed by midnight we were up and on the road by 9:30am, all attired in our Viking TShirts we headed to Denmark!
The plan for the day was lunch in Sonderborg, where Neil used to sail with the Army, and then to Kiel for the night.
Then, a late change of plan on the way to Kiel and we ended up in the Baltic seaside town of Eckernförde.
Eckernförde stellplatz was good with ...