It was around 8 when we arrived at our overnight stop in Odense, the 3rd largest city in Denmark and the largest city on the island of Funen (Fyn). Continue reading
From the map it looks quite simple: Long straight roads. The trouble is there are lots of cross-roads and I hadn’t a clue as to who was meant to give way to who. Neither, it seems, did the Norweigans.
Fehmarn, Germany’s 3rd largest island, is connected to the German mainland by a bridge, which makes it quite easy to get to.
Then it was on to the town of Baarle-Hertog/Baarle-Nassau. The town has 2 names because it is in 2 countries: The border zig-zags round (it’s not simply a case of a line through the middle): Driving through the town centre… Continue reading
It’s a long way to the water once the tide has gone out though (to the point that I couldn’t see my chair from the edge of the water).