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Travel Blogs from Dronninglund
... was told to go
and sit right at the front of all the traffic. Here I watched our big iron hulk
arrive into port. When one considers this ferry is only for a 3 or so hour
journey it sure is a massive ship. As it has no cabins for passengers most of
the lower decks are taken up by car space and has something like 5 decks just
for cars. In all I believe this ship can carry 764 cars and has over 1.5 miles
of car space. It can carry 1929 passengers and has ...
We had an early morning as although the ferry didn't arrive until 9am we were woken at 6am and told we had to be out if the cabin by 7am. Lovely start to the day. Once in Hirtshals it was simple to book a ferry to Kritiansand in Norway and we were back on a ferry by 12:15 though this one was a shorter trip with much better entertainment on board. It was a lovely sunny day so spend most of the trip on the deck enjoying the ...
Time to leave the Island but first another great experience. Lili Jepsen from the Local History Museum had agreed to meet us at breakfast. She is the lady who put us in touch with our Danish cousin Kurt who lives on the mainland. Lili had spent the weekend in Sweden but made the effort to meet us, and drive us to the ferry. She is a lovely lady and we were delighted to have the opportunity to thank her in person for all she and the local historian have done for ...
... we read the pamphlet and wandered around. It looks a productive small industry. There were a couple of tourist buses plus 20-30 bicycles in their own parking area.
We rode at a more leisurely pace to Bryum where we parked the bikes and explored on foot. This is a very small town. We only found one shop open. Ruth bought a few postcards that show the countryside and we had a snack for lunch. Ruth also visited an ATM ...
... or knees supported. It's great fun. However the roof is very steep so we have to be careful when close to that wall not to bump our heads – we have not yet mastered remembering to duck.
Tom has pot luck with the teas as we can’t read what they are. He quite likes the one that has a raspberry flavour!
After settling in we walked to the Tourist office and arranged to rent an electric car for the afternoon. Things here seem to work on ...