For us there was quite a lot of planning for this years holiday. It had been decided that we would return to Scandanavia, but to which part? Recently the Øresund bridge had opened joining Denmark and Sweden together by road and rail. This became a must do for us. The first plan was to go by ferry to Bergen , ride across Norway to Sweden, across the Øresund bridge to Denmark and return home by riding through the Low Countries and Germany before getting the ferry at Calais. Due to ferry timetables this didn’t happen, so to Plan B. Ferry from Harwich to Esbjerg, ride to Copenhagen, across the bridge, ride through Sweden to Norway and catch the ferry home from Bergen, or back over the bridge and retrace our route home. We try not to retrace steps on holiday, so. onto Plan C. Ferry to Esbjerg, camp near Copenhagen for a few days, over the bridge travel through Sweden and onto Norway where we can catch a ferry back to Denmark and Esbjerg to get the return ferry home. Yes we have a rough plan at the third attempt so the ferry from Harwich to Esbjerg was booked for a Sunday sailing. We later received conformation that this sailing would now be on the Saturday, even better!