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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
... least proud of to have occurred during the trip is our chocolate consumption as now we are able to say we have tried pretty much all of the 15 milka flavours (each bar only costs €1 so it's good value).
We finished the hot chocolate powder and played cards until 10:20pm when we decided we should probably start packing up. Up at 7:15am for an 8am breakfast at the cafe run by the campsite owner. One more day till Esbjerg! Only two days cycling ...
... 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 ...
... Henrik was baptised there in 2009.
Mogeltonder is described as having the 'prettiest village street in Denmark'. Every house is different and some of them are thatched. The whole street is cobbled. but ...
... is low and the glass cases very reflective. They don't think they died of natural causes and one is blind folded. We have seen Utzi, the Ice Man, in Austria and he is a bit better preserved.
We had a good look around the Schloss/ Slot until we were 'museum-ed' out and needed to get back for ' a nice cup of tea! '