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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shopping street in Esbjerg which sadly was all closed at this point. We then went to see the "Men of the sea" piece of modern art (see photos) located by Esbjerg's port. The sun was setting and the sky had cleared for a couple hours. The photos speak for themselves. We cycled home, cooked dinner then proceeded to watch "The Hunt for Red October" which is a fantastic film if you have ...
... path. We both looked at each other unsure about whether to continue. We did, but not for long as the gravel continued for many kilometres and we mutually agreed getting back on the main road would be easier. For some reason in this area of Denmark cycle paths are a rarity. It took us 2.5 hours for us to reach our first cycle path alongside a road. This coupled with the prior gravel paths meant neither of us were were impressed with Denmark's attitude ...
... our sandwiches in their outdoor seating area. I was excited to break into my emergency supply of tuna chunks for lunch only to find it was in fact a tin of sardines... They did still taste nice after I eventually got the bones out!
To ensure today wasn't too long we took the Google maps route from Dagebull to Rudbol which meant the afternoon stretch was only 26km. With the wind behind us we blasted through the first 15km only stopping once ...
... 8220;the Commoner’s Tower” as distinct from the church spire. Vicki was looking at the spire waiting for him to appear before she realized he was waving from the top of the tower. The view was spectacular, 360 degrees of beautiful countryside and the city spread out, the old castle site was easily seen, as was Vicki sitting in the square. Then off to Germany via the coast, causeways, tractor trains, dikes, farmland and another World Heritage site to cross off our ...
... world. As I come from a long line of granite quarry workers and stone masons I would question that. In fact it was rebuilt in 1871 in red brick to replace one destroyed by fire in 1726 and FACED in granite.
There was great controversy about the re-building and ...