TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bell-Inn Esbjerg
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We woke up to a perfect sunny day without wind and of course that is the day that my bicycle decides to break its chain. Fortunately and thanks to Google we were able to find a bicycle repair shop in nearby Skjern with some really accommodating people, and after waving, pointing and speaking our best Danish we were able to get a new chain fitted and we were soon on our way again.
Skjern is situated on a fiord and the surrounding country side is swampy except for where it has been ...
... 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 ...
... set up (dab hands now) and lunch of crackers and bits... Delish! Then an application of sun cream and a long awaited sunbathing session.... Heaven. There we were, concerned it would be freezing here; best weather we've had in over a week! Dins was tasty bbq before more Prison Break and an early night! Friday 5th May We woke at 6 (I think our brains could sense the sunshine!) and I threw the ball outside for an energetic Prego whilst Jon had a short snooze. ...
... including slaves. The slave trade was less common because the cows could be eaten but not so for the slaves who needed to be fed. The villages were very self-sufficient housing a variety of craftsmen. In addition there was a market area. Travelling craftsmen would get a permit for a specific area (like a shopping centre). They would be protected by the Vikings. The next stop was Ribe village, a good example of a Danish village. ...
... would make for a busy and rewarding beat but on two wheels with luggage it becomes a slog. Denmark yields 20% of its domestic power from wind and today the turbines were spinning on every hill top. Jutland's farmland is dedicated to livestock and as the rain gave way to the sun I got into my stride under the watchful eye of some confused cows. Danish bacon is quite famous but in the 3 years I have lived in DK i ...
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