BEST WESTERN Royal Holstebro
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Room and facilities so so, but friendly staff and good breakfast.
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So I haven't written a blog in almost 3 weeks, and I wasn't intending to start another one until my next big adventure, but there are so many little things I am learning that are unique to Denmark and Viborg I feel that I need to share them. So this is just little statements and observations and summaries of my first 3 weeks in Viborg so I am sorry if it is all over the shop.
Everyone cycles EVERYWHERE! There is very few cars, everyone owns a bike. ...
... be nice for a bike ride.
I think Viborg is a town you just have to settle in to. I found especially after having travelling city after city at such a fast pace and seeing all the major sites to come to such a small, quiet town it was hard to accept that I was 'stuck' here. But now that I have settled in and explored a bit I have seen how pretty it is, and how helpful the locals are.
Yes it is quiet and the weather ...
... drive. But who are we to be sensible (sorry mum).... luckily for us, with our hearts pounding we were successful and made it the 11km across to Mando island.
Perfect timing in fact, as we immediately joined a tour on a local tractor bus that goes 6km's across the mud flats before reaching a seal reserve. The seals were gorgeous, majority lay on the sand uninterested by our arrival, but those that did played in the surf teasing ...