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... for dinner....BIG mistake! £20 later we had 2 oily sausages, a very stale roll, cold stale chips, some sauces and a drink. The worst meal of the trip so far by a long way! As the ship headed out into the North Sea the waves become bigger and the ship rocked more so we decided to head to our cabin to sleep though the storm. I slept through but Matt woke bouncing around from time to time as the boat struggled against the 5m waves. Hours on the train: 22 Countries visited: ...
... fishing industry through the Skagensbanen railway, which opened as a narrow-gauged railway in 1890. The modern port of Skagen opened on 20 November 1907, and with the railway connections to Frederikshavn and the rest of Denmark, tourism began to develop.
Thanks to its seascapes, fishermen and evening light, towards the end of the 19th century it became popular with a group of Impressionist artists now known as the Skagen ...
I knew this was going to be a huge day for driving, certainly didn't help myself with the Belgian beers the previous night but managed to get away while it was still morning.
Not the most exciting day, drove up to Liege, then Cologne, Hamburg and then the length of Denmark in order to get my booked ferry on Sunday morning from the northernmost tip of Denmark. ...
... 00 pm. Luckily the sky is breaking open at the moment.
The boat is big and it took us a while to get oriented. At 10 pm when the tax-free shop opened there was a rush to the shop by most people on board. Strangely enough even tax-free it is still
expensive here to buy alcohol. That promises for the rest of the holiday. At least we
now have a small cellar in the car for the coming days …
... what a lovely way to start. We had only been to Denmark once to the city of Copenhagen and that was purely a boozy weekend so it was nice to see Denmark in a different light. We started to see the rise in prices for everything but weren’t too bothered as there were still a lot of items in the local supermarkets that were cheap enough to keep us happy. Denmark is full of very friendly people, we stayed at a farm in ...