BEST WESTERN Royal Holstebro
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Room and facilities so so, but friendly staff and good breakfast.
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It was very windy and really hard work climbing up the Rabjerg Mile - at least there are steps up the French one!
After visiting the dune we carried on south through Jutland to an ACSI campsite just outside the small city of Viborg.
... fiord was flat and clean, there were fisherman laying nets and along the banks were fish traps. I find it strange that on such a huge piece of glassy flat water that one never sees fish jumping or rising.
However as we found out, courtesy of Google, there are fish in Denmark since apparently Denmark is the fifth biggest exporter of fish products in the world. The major species that they catch are Herring, Cod, Mackerel ...
Dad's obviously enjoying the alliteration!! We're restricted on title lengths but a minor attempt on this entry. A very early, misty start after a really fitful sleep. Too hot and then rainy and stormy. Jon got up and took down the awning whilst I snatched a supplementary snooze. Then we had a visit from Jenny and Barry from Chester, asking for any used books! Nice chat but they probably woke our Danish neighbours at 0800! Check out was ...
... fairy land. Little huts were set up covered in fake snow selling: Gløg (hot red wine with spices, sultanas, almonds etc), æbleskiver (little warm cakes with jam and icing sugar), and millions of beautiful Christmas decorations. Every tree was decorated with lights and it was -2C. I couldn't feel my legs by the end of the night but it was worth it. Still my favourite place in the world. Being my last week in Denmark I have been invited to ...
... share of larger people.
They LOVE their pastries, like all European countries. However if it is YOUR birthday, YOU are expected to bring a treat for EVERYONE ELSE??? How bizarre!!
They call their lakes "seas" here I am getting excited to hear there is nearby beaches only to find a large murky lake.
Their language is horrible to learn. It is kind of a soft German? They have 3 extra letters and about 10 vowels, all of which ...