By 14:30 we were in Rødvig, Denmark. We could still (just) find a berth, but a bit later the harbour was basically full, 'a madhouse', someone exclaimed.
This morning we took a relatively short trip to Præstø (neither the æ or the ø are used in Swedish, they are typically Danish). This is a somewhat sleepy small town in a characteristic Danish landscape:
And the streets are typically Danish too:
The final typically Danish touch is the ice cream shop. In Sweden, but probably even more in Denmark, ice cream is almost a national 'dish'. We have been told that even in mid winter, lots of ice cream is consumed. Not just by children, like in many other countries, but just as much by adults. We happily joined the habit today! Sorry, I did not have a camera or phone with me....