BEST WESTERN Hotel Fredericia
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We had the most beautiful weather today - it was about 70 and sunny all day - a local marching band greeted us upon arrival, including 3 cannon shots!!! They are very excited in Fredericia to have cruise ships coming, so the whole town came to welcome us and send us off!!!! It was a holiday in all of Denmark, constitution day, so they had crafts in the park and there were celebrations everywhere. We had a guide ...
... than mum and dad I suppose. Anyway, the reason for mentioning all this at all, was the fact that they were using a type of windsurfing board that I have never seen, called a formula one. It was wide and stubby and sported a carbon-fibre skeg (very dear), the thickness of which depends upon the weight of the person riding the board. It needs to be flexible, but not too much and the idea of these boards is that they fly downwind ...
... Now this peculiar name (to our ears at least) was first recorded in a thirteenth century census and was written as Mæthæfar, and it is believed that is derived from the old Danish for middle 'Mæthæl’ and ‘far’ meaning ‘way’ and as such it describes its location, as the nearest point between the island of Fyn and the Jutland mainland and with an island making the gap even narrower. As the water ...
... but we didn’t find any guinea pigs. Guinea pigs I hear you think? Well the following is taken directly from Wikipedia, translated by Google, when you do a search on Årø :-
‘In the strait between Årøsund and Årø live also guinea pigs as you can be lucky to see. However, they are rare. Guinea pigs are the only whales that live in ...
... get into, and that was just before the line of poles started, for whatever reason they’d decided not to run poles right to the very end of one pontoon so we could squeeze in, which we did successfully. Later, the rain became heavier still and the wind picked up, so we were pleased to be settled in and cosy, with very good internet connection and electricity to hand, so that we could run the fan heater and stay warm. What a cold May this is turning out to ...