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... a sign.
I went to their sister hotel to get directions and eventually found it having passed it. The room had its own sink and tv which was nice but there was only one toilet in a small cupboard for the entire floor.
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... by a lot of industry. A quick wander brought us across some medieval entertainment by means of some fire juggling, and despite it all being in Danish it was rather entertaining and funny. We then managed somehow to find a cowboy themed campsite near to the ferry port for the crossing to Germany in the morning. It really is a site to behold with full on saloon, whip cracking cowboys, rednecks and a motorbike ...
We've just spent two days at sea. We slept for 14 horus a day, ate pizza for eight hours a day and the rest of our time was spent poopin' or taking photos of the ocean. I guess this is what holidays are all about.
We deleted all of the 'at sea' photos - we never want to be reminded of that time again. The attached photos are general left-overs from other places we've visited.
... lovely drive through nearby beach forest, the dominant forests in Denmark, to see some Stone Age burial mounds and barrows and gaze over still more inlets of sea with Flintstone and tiny fossil inclusions beneath our feet.A morning walk along our cottage seafront with it's not so distant rows of wind generators and fields of peas, sugar beets and wheat, by turns carpeting in lovely bright green right up ...
... at one 11th C church but were unable to enter and briefly visited Liselund, a beautiful manor house and grounds with Romantic summer house for the gentry and a so-called Polynesian thatched roof ice house ! Drove on through now gently rolling countryside with billowy soft green trees and the constantly reappearing sea, passing through lovely villages with medieval water towers, the ubiquitous white or brick churches, stopping for a beer in ...