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Travel Blogs from Frederikshavn
... 2 hours later. This may be serendipitous as in fact, we wanted to see the Medieval frescoes in the VesterÝ church, a few km away and so we decided on this and got our bikes out.
Although we were a tiny bit delicate after yesterday’s endeavours, nevertheless we still thoroughly enjoyed (or at least I did!) being out on the bikes again. The wind was a bit stiff against us on the way out but we were consoled by the fact that it would be pushing us on ...
... and southerly winds tomorrow (again).
As we had all day there was no hurry and it was around 10:30 by the time we had the bikes out and ready to go. We’d made sandwiches as we planned to be out most of the day. We headed out on the road to Byrum, at least not on the road as the Danes, in common with so many other countries in this part of the world, accommodate cyclists and there was a cycle path running alongside the road. ...
... for the short distance.
With this in mind, we were keen to set off and whilst not wanting to disturb our neighbours, one of whom in a power boat from Grebbstad had introduced us to the taste of elk salami (delicious) and who wanted to depart at 08:00. So we waited for them and hot on their heels, having extricated our anchors, we were off, weaving our way past and through the dozen ...
... collection of their work, hence our interest and very worthwhile the visit to the museum proved to be.
Having had our culture buckets filled, we headed back to the boat and I started updating the blog. However, it seemed a shame to be sitting in the boat when the weather was so nice so we went for a walk the other way out of town, ie southwards and to find another interesting historical artefact, Den Tilsandende Kirke or 'Buried ...
... weather that we experienced.
One of the 'deals’ that I have with Julie is that we take the chute down early if there is any chance of the wind increasing – ie by the time it hits 15 knots the chute should be in its’ bag. There is sense in this, as there usually are only the two of us and it can be a beast to handle when it is blowing hard and Julie does get apprehensive when she watches me skittering about on ...
Other places to stay in Frederikshavn
Tordenskjoldsgade 14, Frederikshavn | 3 star hotelfrom $226
Havnepladsen 1 , Frederikshavn | 3 star hotelfrom $134
Tordenskjoldsgade 3, Frederikshavn | 4 star hotelfrom $133
TordenskjoldsGade 15B, Frederikshavn | 3 star hotelfrom $129
SonderGade 248, Frederikshavn | 3 star hotelfrom $140
JernbaneGade 7, Frederikshavn | 3 star hotelfrom $171
Danmakrsgade 40, Frederikshavn | Hotelfrom $77