Hotel Wiking - Kiel
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... br> set off on our bikes for a bit of outside time. This involved a 20km ride along
the banks of the fjord. The scenery was stunning and the ride was fun with a
bit of up and down to keep it interesting. We came across a colony of nesting
cormorants which was worth seeing. At some stage Corinne’s bicycle chain got
tangled up in the chain guard. The chain guard broke and ...
... 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 ...
... the Aire was almost full, with lots of Swedes and Norwegians going the other way to us!
Schleswig has a pop of 25,000 and still feels like a fishing village, and more Danish than German, which it was for a very long time.
We went for a quick walk, but the Cathedral was just about to close -5pm- so we left that until tomorrow.
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 ...
We knew we weren't due to dock back in Kiel until around 10:00am, so we were hoping to get off the ship as soon as possible and get up to Copenhagen, so as to maximize our very short window for sightseeing. Luckily we did not need to vacate our cabin until 9:00am, which worked out well, as we arrived into port early. We elected to walk off with our luggage, rather than have it delivered in the terminal, and were told to assemble ...