It might even be Saturday with you.
I didn't manage to leave quite as early as I wished as once again no-one was in the office before 9.00 am so it was 9.20 by the time I got going. I must remember to check when receptions open if I want to get off early again and deal with all paperwork the night before if needed.
Today was a driving day, late breakfast was had about 11.00 and we were in Germany by 11.20, and out again at 4.40 pm. What can I say about Germany from my short stay? The road surface got noticeably worse after crossing the border from the Netherlands. The main E22 had almost continual roadworks for about 50 miles with little snatches of clear road when there was a junction then back to four lanes being squeezed on just one side of the carriageway. Mostly the traffic moved well but the lanes were very narrow and if a lorry overtook you had to breathe in so it was a little less relaxing. Otherwise the road signs were excellent with plenty of warnings of upcoming junctions or parking places. The drive through Hamburg took us by the dock area which was enormous, stretched in both directions with cranes and containers but we sailed above it all.
I had seen on a map and in an old Camping Club book that there was a campsite at Aabenraa, just over the border in Denmark, and had made reasonable time considering the slow speed of the van. Unfortunately, after searching down various roads I found someone who told me that the site had shut last year. They suggested another which is where I am now for the night but it's back south a few miles. It shouldn't make much difference to tomorrow's leg of the journey which is to Aalborg.
Hmmmm, I must have miscalculated somewhere as checking with Tom and it will be 177 miles, I was expecting more like 140. No matter, I was thinking of arriving in the afternoon so it will be fine. Today's mileage was 356. No photos today.