Day 7- we finally made it to Kiel canal on our motorhome tour of Germany. Seriously- just look at the size of those ships! This is pretty cool, being able to sit right next to the canal and watch them. (Wow… I’m a ship geek. Who knew??!!)
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Kiel Canal with a motorhome
Motorhome parking at the Kiel canal
The day after we crashed a wedding in our swimwear, we set off reasonably early and continued our motorhome tour of Germany by heading for the Kiel Canal. It was a few hours drive- we thought were going to stop at Hamburg but decided to press on so we could have an extra night in Denmark. It’s all a balancing act between too much time in one place versus less time somewhere else. I look forward to the day where we don’t have these schedules any more. Having said that, they do keep us focussed and motivated to keep moving, which I guess is a good thing.
There are a few wild camping options, but we decided to pay for a campsite on the edge of the canal so we could charge our batteries and get everything sorted before we headed into the wilds of Denmark. We also needed to do some work, which meant we wanted to stay a little longer in the morning- not easy in a wild camping spot, as we learnt in Belgium!
Motorhome parking next to the Kiel Canal
We stayed here:
N 54°13’29.9784” E 9°36’7.9272000000001”
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Kat never planned to buy a motorhome. She also never planned to quit her job as an air traffic controller, go touring around Europe in said motorhome, start one of the UK’s largest motorhome travel websites… or get a cocker spaniel.
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