BEST WESTERN Hotel Gl. Skivehus
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- Free parking
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Onto Hobro which looked like a pretty scummy town / city but was our gateway to Fyrkat, the Viking Fortress and reconstructed farmstead. The fortress is from 980 in Harald Bluetooth's time (Google will tell you all about it if you're interested!) We had great fun wandering around the two sites, re-enacting the Viking ways! Back on the road to Auning for a two ...
... once Denmark was liberated. We were so exhausted that we fell asleep about 6 pm and didn't move until 8 this morning. Today was even better. Most museums did not open until 12 today, so we just explored the city on our own. Apparently the Danes do nothing before noon on Saturday. We went to the National Museum, a WWII invasion exhibit, the Danish Jewish Museum, Christianborg Palace, Tivoli Gardens and to see The Little Mermaid statue. This trip has been ...
Finally it hovered above the helipad and two doctors abseiled onto deck.
A short time later the ill passenger was strapped onto a stretcher and winched up into the helicopter.
Then the two doctors with one of them taking up the passengers partner were also also winched back into the helicopter.
It was all done very efficiently.
It was really interesting to watch and a number of ...
... dries up later this afternoon.
It didn't stop until late so we just took a quick stroll down to the beach in between the showers. We joined the new camp site owners and locals in the bar/restaurant for bratwursts and locally brewed beers or a G and T. £3. for each of the drinks...a bargain. We left having made lots of new friends.
... Trading took place aboard ships on the Thames and later on wood Quays. Pottery, glass, slaves, wine and jewelry from the Rhineland, Frankia and Denmark were traded. There is evidence of coins from the known world as well. The garnets in the Saxon gold from the Staffordshire Hoard probably originated in Czechoslovakia and Sri Lanka, which gives an idea of the far reaches of world trade at the time.