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International Meeting Club 75 June 2019 (Whitsun)

International Meeting Club 75 June 2019 (Whitsun)

Post Number:#1  Post by Pim » October 8th, 2018, 8:07

“Club 75” Meeting Whitsun Schleswig 2019

Dear Rover 75 and MG ZT friends,
We ‘re looking forward to show you a part of Schleswig Holstein (Germany), that has a greater commitment with our Rover than that one would think.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvVymqlsSvg

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The logo of Rover is a viking ship. That fits very well with our meeting place Schleswig and Haithabu with his Viking history. The importance of the Viking settlement has now been recognized by UNESCO since several months and Haithabu has been designated archaeological world heritage with its defensive work "Danevirke".

For enthusiasts for English automobiles it might be interesting to know that the region "Angeln" (between Schleswig and Flensburg) is the name giver of "England". It were the "Angeliter", who went to Great Britain before the Viking age.

Schleswig Holstein has a complicated history.British Prime Minister Lord Palmerston proclaimed in 1864 that there were only three people who would understand the Schleswig Holstein question."Prince Albert, he is dead; a German professor, he has gone mad; and I, who haveforgotten everything, otherwise I would have gone mad too ".
Anyway, today Danes, Frisians and Germans live together peacefully. A real example for convergence in Europe.

So a warm welcome
to the land between the seas.

Marta & Wolfgang



PROGRAM


Friday 07-06-2019

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Arrival of the participants at the hotel Waldschlösschen in Schleswig
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItOaLr1KNvw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlhU680YhHg


7.30 pm: Diner. Followed by the annual membership meeting while guests can already have a drink at the bar. Open End of the evening.

Saturday 08-06-2019

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At 9.00 am we leave for the Viking settlement HAITHABU (± 3 miles). Guided touraround the Viking museum. After that we walk with a guide to the Viking village or settlement.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCQiUMyTAoQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h75MZBARW7s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhC9cyJRhlI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yd2LHPSrgVQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuerzWpfEYg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEtn78JXVWwAt

12.00 we continue our trip to Rendsburg (± 16 miles) to the North-Baltic Sea Canal (international: Kiel-Canal).
Visit to the "Schiffsbegrüßungsanlage" (ship welcoming station) and the historic high train bridge. In the restaurant there is a possibility for a small lunch.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiQruDU76xk&list=PLJt_zev2JNQ831_L_GLdrQ39Iard-pWhz&index=4h
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLr4cz9aeXQh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USayRA09fY4

2.00 pm: we take the ferry across the canal towards the historic lock in the old Eider canal to Sehestedt (± 9,5 miles). Continue to Sehestedt and then with the canal ferry to the north side of the canal.
There is a short stop at the Danish monument in memory of the battle at Sehestedt in 1813. (The last successful battle of the Danish-Schleswig Holstein army).
Then to the largest boulder in Schleswig-Holstein. A relic from the Ice Age some 18,000 years ago.

4.00 pm approx.: we reach ECKERNFÖRDE, a coastal town on the Baltic Sea. Stroll around the city (beach and harbor) on your own.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xk_0M2dguCoDrive
Back to the hotel on your own (± 16 miles - 30 minutes)

7.30 pm: diner.

Sunday 09-06-2019

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9.00 am: departure for Flensburg (± 18,5 miles motorway)10.00 am: guided tour of the city.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4rs81rZfkw

12.30 pm: in the Flensburger Fjord we board the historic steamship Alexandra.
http://www.dampfer-alexandra.de/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtWNb3JaGbo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0GHM50hRW4
Viewing of the engine room during the cruise is possible.
Back at about 4:30 pm.
At the beginning of the season, the "Alexandra-Dampf chapel" plays Dixiland Jazzon board.
http://www.alexandras-dampfkapelle.de/home.php
On the ship there are refreshments like sausages, soft drinks and coffee with pastries. This must be paid separately.

3 pm: when the weather is good we sail to Denmark with a stop at the "Oxen" islands in the Flensborg Fjord.
When the weather is bad we drive back to Schleswig; stroll around the fishing village of Holm and the old town with the cathedral.
Drive back to the hotel on your own.

7.30 pm: diner

Monday 10-06-2019

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Breakfast and check out.

9:00 am: we drive to Danevirke 8 (± 4 miles); visit to the fortification and museum(Danevirke is on the way to Friedrichstadt).
Farewell to the Rover Friends who cannot stay longer and already have to go.

11:00 am approx. when the weather is nice we continue to Friedrichstadt, which was founded by the Dutch. (± 22 miles)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAUTnpmUGZ8

around 12.00: City walk (guided tour).

around 1.00 pm: lunch. After that goodbye to the participants (taking the Bundesstrasse 5 and the motorway to Hamburg).

For those, who stay longer: we continue to St. Peter-Ording, a coastal town on the North Sea side and the Eidersperrwerk (a storm-surge barrier).

Hotel

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Hotel Waldschlößchen, Kolonnenweg 152, 24837 Schleswig
http://www.hotel-waldschloesschen.de
Telephone +49 (0) 46 21 / 38 30
eMail: reception@hotel-waldschloesschen.de
Fax +49 (0) 46 21 / 38 31 05

Arrival: 07-06-2019 Departure: 10-06-2019

There are approximately 28 double rooms and 2 single rooms reserved for us. With shower or bath, WC, hairdryer, telephone, TV, minibar and safe.

Prices
Comfort Class
Double room: € 135,15 per room per night
Single room: € 109,65 per room per night

There are (only) 5 rooms Economy Class
Double room:€ 110,00 per room per night
Single room: € 90,00 per room per night

Included in the price
- an extensive VitalFit breakfast buffet
- use of Wellness such as indoor pool, sauna, hot-whirlpool and a large outdoor area with Russian Banja (bathhouse) and und Kneipp pool.
- Bathrobe, towels for the sauna and slippers are available in every room- 1 bottle of mineral water on the day of arrival in the room
- free wifi in the lobby and and the rooms.

Dinner is in the form of a 3-course buffet (half board) and costs EUR 26,50 per person per day; this is not included. Drinks are also for your own account.
The pre-reserved rooms are available until 31 March 2019

Reference for the reservation: "Club Seventyfive Rover meeting”.
The same conditions apply to the participants who arrive earlier or stay in the hotel a bit longer after the meeting.Cost for the program

The estimated costs for the various program components for the entire weekend are about ± EUR 70.00 per person.
The exact amount can be determined once the final number of participants is known.
Consumptions such as lunch or coffee with pastries are NOT included.

Registration is possible until 31-03-2019 at the latest.

Soon after, we will announce the exact amount of the program costs.
These costs need to be transferred into the bank account of the Club Seventyfive at the Volksbank Trier 30-04-2019 at the latest:
IBAN: DE89 5856 0103 0005 3324 26 - BIC: GENODED1TVB


Please note that you can only participate after having transferred these program costs; thank you for your understanding.
Please also mention your Nick-Name with your payment.

Last but not least: if you want to participate, please also mention your (Nick) name and the number of participants in the “Treffentool” through the following link:http://www.r75.info/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=9390&start=0

Pim (on behalf of Marta & Wolfgang)
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Post Number:#2  Post by Pim » October 8th, 2018, 8:42

Hi ,

Only a week ago Wolfgang & Marta announced this meeting on the website of the Club Seventyfive / http://www.r75.info

German version: http://www.r75.info/modules.php?name=Fo ... 90&start=0

English version: http://www.r75.info/modules.php?name=Fo ... pic&t=9393

Meanwhile already 35 people signed up for this meeting with members from:

- United Kingdom: 1 participant
- Switzerland: 2 participants
- Luxemburg: 2 participants
- Austria: 5 participants
- Netherlands: 8 participants
- Germany: 17 participants.

From the Netherlands there will be a special car paticipating; a Rover 75 Tourer V8 LHD. There are only 3 75 Tourers V8 being built; one is in Switzerland, one in Sweden en one in the Netherlands.

Just to give you an impression of our meetings:

Netherlands 2016:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcKZkktxQxI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmYzdHo_0lA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXcmLImmPEM

Austria 2017:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUYqmDl ... e=youtu.be



You are very welcome to join us.

Best regards,

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Post Number:#3  Post by Bernard » October 9th, 2018, 9:25

I have signed up for this and am looking forward to another great meeting with Club 75.
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Post Number:#4  Post by Jake » October 16th, 2018, 11:55

Would you allow a non Rover owner (It is British, however!) :-D
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Post Number:#5  Post by Pim » October 17th, 2018, 1:09

Hi Jake,

If you park around the corner out of sight we can think about it :-D

But in all honesty, you do not have a 75 or ZT at the moment; I cannot imagine that :shock:

But you are welcome of course.

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Post Number:#6  Post by Bernard » October 17th, 2018, 2:46

It would be good to see you there, Jake!
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Post Number:#7  Post by Jake » October 22nd, 2018, 9:04

Thanks folks,

It's been a rather long and painful journey when it's come to motoring over the last 18 months. As it stands there are no 75s or ZTs at Wilson Towers. I now live in a town called Huntingdon. My office is only 1.5 miles from my apartment, so after 18 months of over 100k miles, it's suddenly all slowed down.

About 4 weeks ago I found myself as a non car owner for the first time since I was 17. At the time, I was approached to take on the following for not a great deal of money

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It's an ex Jaguar Cars 3.5 XJ8, it's covered collosal miles but wafts nicely. It has also been keeping me in the garage, dealing with all things you'd expect an old Jaaaag to contend with. I have been looking at a few 75s/ZTs again in the last few weeks.

Hope everyone is keeping well and will make all efforts to attend the Club 75 event next year.
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Post Number:#8  Post by Pim » October 24th, 2018, 9:03

Hi Jake,

You are very welcome to join us, also with the Jag.

But before I will probably in the UK for the POL on April 13, 2019.

Beste regards,

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