26.04.2010 9 °C
Ferry To Denmark on the DFDS Seawys Ferry
I, my partner and a few friends went to Denmark for an extended weekend break. I had never really thought about going to Denmark as I prefer hot countries to be honest but I have changed my way of thinking after this trip.
The worst part of the trip was driving down Harwich in England from Glasgow in Scotland, it was a long drive but we were all in good spirits. The fact that my partners mum stays in Kent was a bonus as we travelled to her house and she put up us for the night and made us all a cracking dinner of thin striped stake, cooked in red wine, Mmmm, getting hungry thinking about it.
We woke the next day and went to the local village pub and had a few refreshments and a bite to eat as the ferry to Denmark did not leave Harwich till 17:45.
Once the car was parked up on the ferry to Denmark, the real fun begins. We paid a little extra for a commodore plus cabin, it did not get us to Denmark any quicker as the name may suggest but it gave us more room and some extra home comforts plus a mini – that made my day.
Once we all sorted our self’s out and the ferry was well on its way to Denmark, it was time to head to the restaurant for some much desired food. I was pleasantly surprised at how good the food was on the 7 seas buffet restaurant on the ferry as I had heard some horror stories, top marks from me.
By now the time was nearly 9 o clock and everyone was feeling a little tired but we enjoyably forced our self’s to stay at the bar (Columbus Lounge) for as long as we could, that was only about 2 hours. By the time we staggered away to find our cabins we were all tired and happy and looking forward to our arrival in Denmark.
To be continued……