Hotel Wiking - Kiel

Schuetzenwall 1 - 3, Kiel, The Baltic Coast, Schleswig-Holstein, 24114, Germany | Hotel
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The smallest town in Germany

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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We took a bike ride today over to Arnis. At a population of c. 300 and a total area of 0.45 km2, Arnis is the smallest town in Germany both by population and by area. ( Copied from Wikapedia). It was a nice day for a bike ride and once again the cuteness was ...

Really old stuff....really long walk....

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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Today we went to the Viking Museum. This is an archelogical dig of a real Viking village...It is located at the end of a Fjord and they actually found the long boat at the bottom still partially intact. Now this is really old history...I just love it....
They have built a nice museum building with a lot of the artifacts very nicely displayed and ...

Beautiful day of roaming and of eating....

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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This was a beautiful town. Every street you went down, you saw something more beautiful. The cathedral at the center of the town is amazing. I had never seen a cathedral of this size before. The detail of the altar piece was astonishing. You have to remember that they didn't have any power tools or machinery in the 1500's. This was all done by ...

Maasholm

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... or more generic. Just beautiful streets, lined with beautiful houses. Lovingly looked after by their inhabitants. You can just see and feel the pride these people have in their homes and town. No flashy signs, no billboards, no noise from traffic.
The weather was a little cold and windy but the town made up for that. Every street you walked down there was something different to see.
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Quaint Kappeln

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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Today we toured Kappeln. Kappeln is a bigger town than Maasholm or Schleswig. There were many more shops to enjoy and many more streets to walk. A couple of neat things were the split doors where you could open then the top and leave the bottom closed. I love these doors, you can let the air in or talk to your neighbours and still keep the dog in or out. The houses were ...

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