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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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We were up and about early, keen and raring to go, especially as the winds had lessened somewhat and the skies, at least initially, were blue. The forecast promised light breezes and some rain late morning, so we reckoned that with luck we would be at or close to, Middlefart by the time the rain came. However, by the time we'd had breakfast, the skies were ...
... fact that the wind had decided to move back to the southern sectors, albeit with not much force.
One of the perpetual frustrations of Denmark is the fact that its’ harbours are not really suited for vessels with widths greater than 3 or 3.5 metres. I have described the Danish pole system on numerous occasions so won’t bother repeating myself here – suffice it to say that there was only one space in the whole of the harbour that ...
It had been a cold, windy night. I believe it was the coldest yet, judging by the amount of condensation that had collected on the metal frames of our windows. Moreover, the wind was still howling so if an excuse was needed to stay in bed a while longer, we had one in spades. So, a lazy start to the day, followed by bacon, egg, mushrooms & tomatoes and then – blog time. This took until lunchtime and after lunch, we set off to see the town.
... freer and logged 7 knots for the next hour. The wind was now blowing at around 18 knots and it was very cold, despite the fact that we were wearing our heavy duty sailing clothes, only worn on very rare occasions hereabouts, our lighter summer (blue) suits normally sufficing. The photo shows Julie modelling her outfit.
Having made such good time, we were confident that we would be in harbour before any stronger ...
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We first made our way to a separate building to see the Nydambaden (Danish)/ Nydamboot (German) This is a 4thC Viking boat, found almost intact in a bog at Nydam, nearby, in 1863.
It has been 'fought 'over by Germany and Denmark ever since!. It was at Kiel, ...