Forsthaus St. Hubertus
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... naval training ship that sank with all hands in a storm in 1957. Passat was retired soon after is now a museum and conference centre. There is an interesting article at Wikipedia about these ships.
So next day we trained 40min in the opposite direction to Hamburg even though it was hosing with rain. It was so miserable we did a bus tour of the city sights then caught the train home again. Of course, only after the often necessary toilet stops; we ...
... time? With a 17 hour journey ahead of me I made sure to leave Linköping loaded with things to do and a bag full of food and snacks. Only six hours into my journey I realized what an adventure it would be. My train from Copenhagen to Hamburg had a technical problem and we were told that we were to take the ferry and another train would meet us on the other side and take us to Hamburg. Upon a arrival in Germany we discovered that the ...
... the adjacent supermarkets for wines to buy in the morning. Later we drove into the old town. A Hanseatic trading town steeped in history with massive brick churches of grandiose proportions. Built strong and forbidding from red brick. Similarly the gates to the city immense structures of brick, turreted and now leaning towards the ground. A ...
... that good again.
Fast forward to now, 7 months later. Now, we have had steak since, but Pete always says it wasn't as good as Jensens. We haven't really planned were we have been going, just look at the map, find a campsite, head there and explore. On this occasion Pete was really keen to go to this city called Lubeck. I found out why, it has the only Jensens outside of Scandinavia.
We arrived ...
We left Malmö yesterday morning and took a drive around Copenhagen to refresh our memories of the city. Then a long drive across Denmark to a stop at Hotel Ballumhus near the North Sea coast at Bredebro, and a visit to a Viking Museum. Today we had a look at some local ruins in Trojborg, visited the floodgates at the mouth of the Eider River and stopped at Brunsbuttel at the North Sea end of the Kiel ...