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... to a Fish smoking museum to
learn of the old industry that is no longer. We had smoked "sprot" and beer for
lunch. We then walked to the harbour with both local fishing boats and a large
number of pleasure boats. This area of Kiel and surrounding area is very much a
maritime district. We then had coffee at a local restaurant before a conducted
tour of Nicholai Church Mr
Karl-Friedrich Schinkel is a local historian whose knowledge of history ...
... the man we met earlier caught us up looking like he had barely cycled a couple of metres let alone the 15 windy kilometres we had to sludge through! It was only 5 more kilometres until our route swung right and we had the wind directly on our backs and it was only another 2 hours until we arrived in Husum which signalled we only had 3km left. Here we stopped off at a shop to top up supplies and grab some dinner. We arrived at the campsite at 6:40pm. It has to be one of the ...
... we drove on to the wonderfully named Mogeltonder.
Schackenborg Slot is the home of HRH prince Joachim, 2nd son of the King of Denmark.
He and his wife Princess Marie were married in Mogeltonder church in 2008 ...
We awoke to a lovely sunny morning and a chorus of waterfowl cries.
Schleswig has a very good museum in a Renaissance castle - the Schloss Gottorf, with some items that we particularly wanted to see. We packed our lunch and set off on the path which ran right along beside the sea.
Our entrance fee was 9e- unlike ...
After a difficult day yesterday, but one we would not have missed, we left Adendorf, heading north to a town my son had highly recommended. ( thank-you Martin!)
We by passed Hamburg and Lubeck ( see previous 2013 blog) and Kiel, passing over the Elbe and the Kiel Canal.
As we drove along we were intrigued to see several old ...