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... as he guided us through this 12th century old church.
We stopped for an ice cream or iced coffee befor going to
meet and have dinner with Christina. A superb dinner was prepared for us with a
garlic and grape soup, pork and bacon, with a tasty sauce, lettuce,followed by
a berry pie with custard all accompanied by lovely French red wine.
Sleep was easily achieved on return to ready
ourselves for a visit to Lubeck
This morning flew by. The whole day flew by in fact. Maybe it's "finish fever" as our Gold DofE instructor Jim would say.
We had a lot of wind throughout the day which was both a blessing and a curse. It slowed us down and sped us up. It brought rain but it also briskly moved the clouds on so the rain never lasted too long. It was a westerly wind today (coming from the west) which was not what the forecast had predicted and our route took us ...
... to Busum it was 1:30pm and we still had a gruelling 60 kilometres left. We scrapped our plan to go to a supermarket and bought lunch from a local doner instead. We continued North only stopping a few times to seek wind shelter. On one occasion we bumped into a man who also looked to be taking advantage of the windbreak behind a building. After a short session of charades we worked out he was a 77 year old local just out for a cycle. Much respect to him! He also informed ...
... wandering about this lovely old town in the sun. Ribe has been described as the prettiest town in Denmark and even in Europe. It reminded us quite a bit of Suffolk.
After lunch in the CP and a ...
... WW2 it was moved deep into the country. It was then moved to this purpose built building in Schleswig. In 2013 it was 'lent' to the Danes for a special exhibition in Copenhagen. The end wall of this building had to be demolished to get it out. It then went on a special transporter by road to Copenhagen, where it had to be ...