Hotel Wiking - Kiel
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Walking back to the van we found a € Shop, this we decided was a must for the morning, effectively a 79p shop :-) Lucy spotted a toy shop and also declared we would be going back.
Not sure if it was the road, the railway, the pavement sweeper or excitement for the € shop but we were all wide awake by 7am and up fed and showered by 9am.
The town was no let down :-)
We found a beach with a ...
... and Wolfgang (Wolli). In 2002, they made a connection with Pete and visited him in 2003 in Canada. When we contacted them last year they asked us to come stay with them. Everything we did during this time was thanks to both of them for arranging everything. We had the most amazing time with them. They showed us so much of the area, where Pete's mom lived during the war, museums, monuments, and so much more. It will be easier to show pictures of ...
... on each end, so it never had to "turn around." It would pull into port in one direction, and then pull right back out going the other direction, which allowed them to keep a steady stream of ferries going back and forth as quickly as possible.
The crossing took about 45 minutes, after which we had another couple of hours ahead of very flat and very monotonous countryside, as we approached Copenhagen from the south.
Since the last blog we have had quite an adventure. We left Brodengroben and headed towards Kiel. We figured we would take a couple of days to do this trip but when we got to our mid point where we were going to set up for the night, we discovered the park had closed. So we carried on, and on and yes we carried all the way on to Kiel......70 klm, holly catfish! There was not a place to stay along the way ...
... which was of course a pleasant surprise. Anna had a large trundle bed, right at the balcony, which gave her a great view from bed. Being so far north, it never got completely dark at night and, luckily, the black-out curtains kept the VERY EARLY morning sun from coming in every day.
We all managed to stay awake during the day, and even made it through our dinner, which was fixed each night at 6:00pm. We ...