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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 ...
... with sections of NE and NW so we did plenty of sections pretty much straight into it. (For those keen birds you can check our route on the North Sea Cycle route website).
The breakfast we recieved in the morning was not the breakfast we ordered but it still filled us up and left no washing up so we can't complain!
Our original plan was to camp in Dagebull but we arrived there at 2pm after a solid morning of cycling. Only a couple ...
... for our cycle to Dagebull tomorrow the wind would be ideal which made us smile. The next obstacle that lay ahead was a 800m stretch of concrete dyke fully open to the wind. It was a crosswind probably gusting 50mph. The force of the wind was truly astounding but it was extremely fun crossing. For the second concrete section we opted for the more sheltered cycle path that ran alongside the road as we still had a long cycle ahead. We rested again about 40km from 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 ...
... rooves by crane to the exhibition centre!
At least the Danes gave it back.
The lighting in the hall is kept very low (no flash allowed) and everything is temperature controlled. The exhibition is very good, but everything is in Danish and German only, so we had to guess at a lot of the info.
We had our lunch ...