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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 ...
... s parents had arrived there. In seconds Oskar's father had whipped up a delicious hot chocolate and I sat down relieved to have arrived safe. We ate our rolls that we had meant to have for lunch and a couple hours later we were eating a wonderful meal of beef and mashed potato. Oskar's parents left around 8:30pm at which point I think both Oskar and myself were beginning to crash. I'm looking forward to a well-deserved rest and to visit Esbjerg's centre ...
Tuesday, 14th We checked out and left the car park via the lift, I’d hate to see what would happen if half a dozen people wanted to leave at the same time! It was a slow process. We parked outside the hotel and set off for the Viking Museum that we’d walked close to the night before. It was another in situ museum, downstairs on the site of the excavations. Though it was a small museum it had some great displays and interactive, more Vikings! As there was a ...
... 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 ...
... place to stay in the winter. The main agriculture that we have seen so far is wheat, barley, dairy, sheep and beef. There are a lot of pastures where the farmers are busy mowing and baling hay for the winter months.
One thing that really stands out in Europe is the number of Wind Turbines that one sees generating electricity. Many of these countries are planning to get rid of nuclear power as soon as ...