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... in a car but somehow not a lot in an 11 ton boat with 15 knots of wind blowing you sideways! Still, the German owners of the respective boats were helpful and relaxed and helped us with our warps and we were tied up safely by 17:30, in time to enjoy the lovely evening sun and have dinner on deck.
We were also pleased the learn that Julie’s brother & sister &partners, John, Cherry, Susie and Ian respectively, had arrived at ...
On the road first thing to get to Legoland. The parking lot was probably about a kilometre from the entrance and there were a lot of people - an understatement. The formal Lego village was great! Amazing buildings and lots of moving trains, cars, boats, etc. Legoland also has an amusement park with lots of rides - very much like a small Disneyland - very busy! Next stop was ...
Yes, ok I get it....I have not lived as far as nice desserts go.
Well at least I tried it before I turned 20.
Then it was bed time, and now here I am.
I need to plug in my phone to charge for the journey tomorrow!
Lisa xo ...
... is of a cool, fresh wind blowing virtually every day. It’s a strange world isn’t it?
After a bit of blogging in preparation for uploading the last few days in the morning, it was time for bed. By now the clouds had gone and we hoped to see a promised spectacular display of shooting stars as it is the time of the year when the Perseids pay us a visit. Alas, they were too late for us, sleep took over and if they did pass overhead, well they weren’t witnessed by ...
... the second largest city, and principal port of Denmark. The first thing we did was go to Den Gamle By, which is an open-air village museum built in 1914. The village consists of 75 historical buildings collected from 20 townships throughout Denmark. We wandered around the cobble stoned roads and peered through windows and walked in and out of various buildings. It was like walking through a time zone and interacting with the workers in ...