- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... At the time I didn't know they were disgusting, so we got some for the fun of it. I ate mine with appropriate politeness for a museum, but when I caught up with Pete and gave him one, his response was to gag, look shocked, and ask me not whether I liked them, but where I spat mine out. We thought this might be a good advertising slogan for them: "Läkerol: Where will you spit yours out?"
We walked home in the rain and settled in for an evening of snuggly TV watching, ...
... tracks. I had to pick bits of tree out of the BMW whee we got back to Tarmac roads. Going through the suburbs I noticed all the properties were open plan and led up to the gravel tracks we were riding on. We came across an old. Iron works and peering through the windows of the desolate building I could see it was as if someone had said "ok lads everyone out" and just left everything including an old horse driven carriage. Such a shame these things are just ...
Today was always going to be a long one with about 300 miles and a 3 and a half hour ferry crossing so we rose early 5 am actually and were ready to leave for 6 ish to head over to fredrickhavn to catch the ferry to Gutenberg (pronounced gothenberg) in sweden. At 6am in Denmark today it was 17 degrees and we were in full bike gear - it was going to be a hot day. We arrived just in time to get on the ferry with ...
... were also engaged filming with conventional cameras, a man in an old small wooden boat in the harbour. Presumably it was the basis of a local documentary or something. Anyway, we left them to it and set off at 10:30, arriving at our chosen anchorage spot at 14:45.
Now when choosing an anchorage, I like to cover all the options in terms of likely wind directions ie ideally, I like to be sheltered from ...
... spot, more like a lay-by, 20 metres from the E4 which is full of traffic. Some picnic spots or motorway service areas charge for an overnight spot often up to 300 SEK and they are not the best! This place is OK, other folk are here but also noisy though free. All the facilities a motorhomers needs are available though. A long day with 12 hours on the road, except for stops of course, but what one would expect when heading up to the edge of the Arctic ...