Arcadia Hotel Flensburg
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Today we went to a local Bakery for a full German breakfast
at Backstube Gettorf, Eichkoppel
Breads, meats, cheeses, boiled egg and of course, coffee.
Then it was on to University Of Kiel Test Farm where Dr.
Rainer Loges gave a thorough description of the research being undertaken,
particularly in regard to organic production, and developing a herd of Jersey
cows for all pasture based farming.
Then it was on to the charming old town ...
... we continued for another kilometre to the campsite.
The campsite is one of the more expensive places we have stayed but it does have a swimming pool, kitchen, heated sitting area and a pool table. Some bits are more slightly run down for instance the sign for the ladies changing area is a man with a graffiti dress and long hair which Oskar mistook for the men's room. This provided much amusement to myself but to my disappointment he didn't stay ...
Apologies in advance if today's blog may seem a bit dull compared to previous entries. Quite frankly I'm glad there was no drama! We woke to heavy cloud overhead. It was drizzling sporadically so we moved all our kit besides the nearest building and cooked right up against the wall. Breakfast this morning was porridge which we undercooked slightly sadly. We left at 10am ready for the long day that lay ahead. Hills and rain greeted us for the first couple of hours making the ...
... br> Things went from bad to worse when a group of Norwegians in 3 MH's parked together proceeded to get stuck into their duty frees, while playing awful music, loudly. The last straw was when one of the men relieved ...
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 ...