BEST WESTERN Hotel des Nordens
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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 ...
... enough to have any awkward encounters...
We met our final friendly camper who we chatted to as we prepared dinner. She gave us matches, a beer and some sugared doughballs which was very generous of her. I didn't catch her name but many thanks to her!
We had ravioli tonight which was delicious and went well with our soup/beer/lemonade drink combo. For pudding we had the doughballs and the usual supply of chocolate. One of the things ...
... to Busum it was 1:30pm and we still had a gruelling 60 kilometres left. We scrapped our plan to go to a supermarket and bought lunch from a local doner instead. We continued North only stopping a few times to seek wind shelter. On one occasion we bumped into a man who also looked to be taking advantage of the windbreak behind a building. After a short session of charades we worked out he was a 77 year old local just out for a cycle. Much respect to him! He also informed ...
... 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 ...
... sun down by the lake.
After lunch we 'attacked' the castle. It would take days to go round and see every thing, so we were selective. One thing we wanted to see was the 'bog corpses' These were mummified bodies, thousands of years old, found in the peat bogs. I managed to sneak a couple of photos without flash, but ...