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... with a slide, awesome shops and a post office to buy stamps for our postcards. Lucy had her feet measured for school shoes but the shop only sold white shoes or boots, we'll keep looking.
Spots of the morning included a man with missing parts and a wolf fleece, far too many red trousers to mention or photograph and a lady with a skunk on her head.
Daily Trip - 258 miles
Total Trip - 923 miles
Overnight MH Parking - ...
... found a cash machine.
We parked in a harbour car park and while we ate lunch in the van the carpark filled with emergency service vehicles, they set up tables and handed out free wine. We never did work out what they were up to but a man stood and spoke at the front and then every raised their free wine it looked fun.
We'd decided due to Germany closing on Sunday's that today would be ...
Drove to Flensburg and had a lovely day at this charming port town. A great shopping area with lots of churches. I should have mentioned our car as we come to the end of our driving trip tomorrow. We ( meaning Ron) have driven over 2400 km on the German autobahns reaching speeds of 170 km legally. The roads were good (except for road works) the drivers were good as well. Trucks stayed at the same speed in the slow lane. When we had to merge everyone took it in ...
... music, hot dogs and beer. It is the oldest market town in Denmark but today hosts several more modern industries.
We visited the art museum and there were several excellent displays. The museum is located in one of the buildings which was part of the original castle.
The displays illustrated the many local crafts of the region. There was also an interesting display of the transition of religion throughout the area. It traced the movement from ...
... using information recovered. The settlement is also a living history museum as there are ship builders, weavers, and metal crafters using methods from the time of the settlement. A link to the museum: http://www.vikingsofbjornstad.com/Museu mHaithabu.htm
The ship builders were most interesting, one was cutting the large planks with an axe while the other pieced the planks together and did the fine trim work. ...