Trinity Hotel and Conference Center
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- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Business Services
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We had the most beautiful weather today - it was about 70 and sunny all day - a local marching band greeted us upon arrival, including 3 cannon shots!!! They are very excited in Fredericia to have cruise ships coming, so the whole town came to welcome us and send us off!!!! It was a holiday in all of Denmark, constitution day, so they had crafts in the park and there were celebrations everywhere. We had a guide ...
We have a problem with all these favourable winds – we aren't using the engine enough! Now this may sound a little odd given our history with engines and wind, but we have to use our new engine for a minimum of 20 hours before we leave Denmark, because we have to have a Volvo Penta engineer carry out its’ first maintenance, in order to comply with Volvo’s warranty conditions. We wanted to have this done in ...
... season, turning their blubber into oil in the time honoured fashion.
Speaking of turning someone’s blubber into oil, I think we could have happily done so to each other after a poor, no atrocious, episode of tying CW safely alongside in a strongish off the pontoon breeze. Suffice it to say that we are both still here and speaking to each other, but it took a while to do so!
Once we’d calmed down, ...
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 ...