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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... for dinner....BIG mistake! £20 later we had 2 oily sausages, a very stale roll, cold stale chips, some sauces and a drink. The worst meal of the trip so far by a long way! As the ship headed out into the North Sea the waves become bigger and the ship rocked more so we decided to head to our cabin to sleep though the storm. I slept through but Matt woke bouncing around from time to time as the boat struggled against the 5m waves. Hours on the train: 22 Countries visited: ...
I knew this was going to be a huge day for driving, certainly didn't help myself with the Belgian beers the previous night but managed to get away while it was still morning.
Not the most exciting day, drove up to Liege, then Cologne, Hamburg and then the length of Denmark in order to get my booked ferry on Sunday morning from the northernmost tip of Denmark. ...
... where the GPS took us nicely through a small village to avoid the standing traffic.
With all the stops on the road and fast driving in Germany, we arrived around 3.00 pm in Hirtshals.
Hirtshals is a very small village up north in Denmark, where all the activity is around
the ferries. There are a couple of companies that leave from here to different places in Norway. So we strolled around ...
... the towering mountains. It is supposedly where Walt Disney drew inspiration for his famous castle.
Following the tourist department’s "Romantic Road", we headed through lots of small Bavarian towns, typical German postcard style – a couple of the highlights being Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Dinkelsbuhl. We overnighted in Nordligen, where we did as the Bavarians do and visited a ...
We travelled around the lake area, looking at where we could have camped; so many lovely spots. Then went through Silkeborg to Arhus. As the Art Gallery was closed, we went to look at a "prehistoric" museum- also closed! The new museum, not yet open, is very modern, built into the hill and covered with grass. In summer , a museum. In winter, a ski slope (seriously!) We ended up doing a lovely walk, sign-posted all the way, from the museum through beech woods ...