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... amusing but overall a little disappointing in my opinion (Sorry lulu!) Eventually the rain passed so we headed off to see Oskar's grandma who is currently in hospital. She informed us today was the most rain Esbjerg had ever had so we are extremely lucky not to be cycling! We had a lovely chat and it is wonderful news that she is getting much better. Afterwards we headed off to ...
... Clearly others were thinking the same as throughout the whole day (not including Esbjerg) we only saw 2 groups of cyclists in total! Storms came, lasted 5 minutes, then moved on. We could anticipate some of the storms so we looked for shelter as best we could. One time we stopped in what looked like a cafe to avoid a sudden downpour. It turned out to be probably the worst-stocked shop in Denmark connected to a fast food restaurant. It was dubious to say ...
... early priests never a missed a chance to expropriate pagan holy places did they? Out we went, first to the church, where (probably) Harold Bluetooth’s father Gorm was reburied. Nice church, with an exceptionally well manicured and old burial ground surrounding it. We had a good look at the two huge runestones. The Jelling stones are massive carved runestones from the 10th century. The older of the two Jelling stones was raised by King Gorm the Old in memory ...
... 2 or 3 attempts. The present church is a 'romantic impression' of what the builders thought a mediaeval church would have looked like.
In 1900 a painter called Skovgaard started to paint frescoes of biblical stories on the interior walls and finally ...
... setting up camp we headed into Ribe to check it out. Ribe is a very old town dating back to the 1500's. Many of the old houses are more than 150 to 200 years old and are very quaint and picturesque. A feature of these old houses are the small windows and low roves which will help in keeping the houses warm during winter.
The sun was shining so after exploring the town we set off towards the coast to see the ...