Hotel Wiking - Kiel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Wiking - Kiel
Travel Blogs from Kiel
... we drove north for an hour or so to Kiel and the Baltic Coast. Had a look at the Kiel Canal that connects the North and Baltic Seas by cutting through the base of the Jutland Peninsula. The canal can take ships up to 74,000t and the limiting factor is usually the maximum 42m bridge clearance height. Then a visit to the town of Laboe, a seaside resort that houses the German Naval ...
Ok found this campsite, right on the side of the port exit.
Gotta say the thump of the engines on the big boats steaming out is quite therapeutic, and can send you off to sleep in a jif.
Was very hot when I arrived in Kiel, so stopped at a little bar to find my bearings.
The young man serving was a great help, got tipped, and I found out where to go and some local attractions.
The campsite itself is really well ...
... was delicious. The Jäger Schnitzel came with a mushroom sauce. It tasted like cream of mushroom soup, but with very large chunks of mushroom. The Weiner Schnitzel came with French fries. The Jäger Schnitzel came with a mixed salad. We both thoroughly enjoyed our lunch.
When we left the Ratskeller we walked down to the waterfront. As we walked along, we did come across a couple of other tourist shops. They just were ...
... some 450kms to reach the city
of Kiel in Northern Germany. Here we booked into a campsite before setting off
to the nearby village in search of free WiFi. Eventually we found a good spot
near the yacht base where we sat in the freezing cold catching up with our
And so back to camp for a cold drink followed by a stir fry
of chicken, sausage and vegetables.
... Germany has no reductions for seniors....
We first made our way to a separate building to see the Nydambaden (Danish)/ Nydamboot (German) This is a 4thC Viking boat, found almost intact in a bog at Nydam, nearby, in 1863.
It has been 'fought 'over by Germany and Denmark ever since!. It was at Kiel, ...