Hotel Frederikshavn - Somandshjemmet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Well today was supposed to be our last day in Denmark before heading to Norway but the Fjord Line had other plans. . . . Started the morning doing a little laundry (exciting) and then finding out that someone hacked Angie's bank account and cleaned everything out. After a few calls to the bank the good news is in the end she got her money back after going through and identifying all the fraudulent charges, just really makes you mad that there are people in the ...
... cold and windy getting out to see this but definitely worth braving the elements. It is also great to think we walked the same beach that Angie's grandfather would have walked over 100 years ago. From there we headed down the coast to Frederickshaven and had some lunch. Had some amazing fish cakes. Then we had to revert back to the old ways and try to get home without the use if GPS, as Sprint service is far less than reliable, I think we have ...
... Can't imagine not knowing my grandfather, I have always known how lucky I was to have him in my my life and experience his heritage through his eyes, yesterday I was able to see some of that same joy in Angie's eyes. It was great to see her eyes light up and the smile on her face when we made it to the first church, and later to see her climb the light house stairs at ...
... to where they went to the bathroom, if you get my drift!
The salt (and swallow poo?) is harvested from these baths and allowed to dry then it’s packaged and sold all over Denmark. It was fun watching the process and also fun, was the short walk we took out over the salt meadows, it was lovely and peaceful.
The clouds were getting more threatening so we decided to make a circuitous return to the boat, ...
... each time.
Then we tootled off on our path to Frederiksahvn which is an easy 50 ish km, and since I had the actual address of the dock for the ship, George took us straight there with no arguments.
We were even early so just joined the queue of one, and waited for the entry gate to open in 20 mins at 12.00.
We filled up with fuel just before we hit the wharves, and it's pretty exceptional - this last tank, taking it a bit easier and ...