Hotel Ebeltoft Strand
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... about their villages and buildings in Denmark and how Harald the Blue tooth was persuaded to abandon the Norse pagan gods for Christianity. We also visited an 11th century Lutheran church ( it only became Lutheran later). We ran into the Aussies again and had dinner with them and a retired dentist and his wife from Chicago. Off to bed now as we have to get up early for a train ride to Berlin and the concentration camp. All the ...
... some darker. You could feed them of you bought the seed, which Ida and Mathias did. After my huge act of bravery with feeding the deer last time, I thought I should just be the photographer this time. When you walked into their enclosure, they were super ken. One really small boy (less than 2 years old) was knocked over when the deer snatched the food out of his hand. They very much surrounded you in they suspected you had ...
... tear up during Domestic Blitz? Not sure what is wrong with me there! We were the only ones in the cinema right up until the movie started, where two others sat a few rows ahead. Other than that, it was a very empty cinema. The seats could also recline ever so slightly when you leant back, which did give me a bit of a surprise when I settled in.
I went back to Ida's place for the night. We joke about who has custody of me, and tonight, it's Ida's turn.
The bright sun greeted us early in the morning as we headed out to Ebeltoft, but before we reached our destination, we stopped at the Trampolt Danish Museum of art and furniture. The museum design was
great, but not as beautiful as the plot of land it sits on. The
structure sprawls out over rolling green hills that slope down to a
lake. The view was literally breath taking. If you have ever sat or seen
a chair that you thought looked really ...
... back to the boat and innumerable trips to the washing machine, cleaning and tidying and getting the bikes out again and placing them back on deck between the granny bars and so on and so on.
Sometime mid afternoon, with most of the washing dry, we brought the rest in as the weather was iffy and went for a walk around the headland, into a forested area that is a nature reserve. Despite the strong wind, it was still very humid and warm and the walk ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ebeltoft Strand
Very nice accommodations facing the water. The staff was very helpful in assisting me in locating an ancestral home.
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