Den Gamle Arrest

Address: Torvet 11, Ribe, Jutland, 6760, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ribe

More herrings and a ruined castle transformed

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... was owned by a king but was accidentally destroyed by a fire in the 1600s. The restoration of the castle is truly magnificent. The architect who oversaw the project was inspired.


Our last night in Denmark we spent dining on the beachside watching the yachts return to the harbour and the moon rise across the sea. This must truly be the most beautiful place in Denmark. ...

Hello Denmark

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Sep 03, 2014

2 photos

We've arrived in Denmark and making our way across to Copenhagen. At least we're back to driving in kilometres and driving on the right side of the road for a left hand drive car. I can relax now that I'm no longer in the target seat. (Imagine you're in the driver seat, facing on coming traffic, but the steering wheel and foot pedals are on the other side of the car......well I've been in that position for most of the last two months)
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To Denmark

A travel blog entry by bevtravels on Aug 05, 2014

3 photos

Train from Colchester to Harwich and than a ferry from Harwich to Esbjerg. I totally reccomened the ferry from harwich to esbjerg as a great way to travel. Lovely cabins with very comfy beds and good ensuite. I slept for about 12 of the18 hours on ...

Wokingham to Denmark

A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Jul 25, 2014

7 photos

Having given ourselves plenty of time to get to Harwich for a night crossing to Esbjerg, we were all far too excited and jumped in the van early to start the adventure. Given our early start we had time to stop for a leisurely lunch in a Tesco car park (classy!) near Chelmsford, and a quick pint with Murray at the Six Bells in Boreham. Was great to catch up, soak up some rays and give the boys time ...

Tonder to Esbjerg

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 20, 2014

76 photos

... including slaves. The slave trade was less common because the cows could be eaten but not so for the slaves who needed to be fed. The villages were very self-sufficient housing a variety of craftsmen. In addition there was a market area. Travelling craftsmen would get a permit for a specific area (like a shopping centre). They would be protected by the Vikings. The next stop was Ribe village, a good example of a Danish village. ...