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... we continued for another kilometre to the campsite.
The campsite is one of the more expensive places we have stayed but it does have a swimming pool, kitchen, heated sitting area and a pool table. Some bits are more slightly run down for instance the sign for the ladies changing area is a man with a graffiti dress and long hair which Oskar mistook for the men's room. This provided much amusement to myself but to my disappointment he didn't stay ...
... places we have stayed at. It had a kitchen with cookers and a dining room next door, a games room with table tennis and full washing up facilities. We were also able to order breakfast for tomorrow so I am looking forward to the chocolate croissants that will greet us! Our clothes are washing, bellies full and we are sitting in warmth. A short 60km day awaits us tomorrow and then the penultimate push for Oskar's granny's house before the final ride on Saturday. ...
... map and then headed off to the Viking Centre a few hundred metres away. The Museum of the Viking era and the Middle Ages contains thousands of artefacts found during recent archaeological excavations in Ribe. The displays let you travel from the year 700 to the year 1700 and right through Ribe's dramatic history. The displays were great, amazing artefacts and reconstructions that took visitors back to the marketplace in the year 800 on a sunny April day where we ...
... has a burglar alarm stretched across in front of it.
After we left Mogeltonder we crossed the border into Germany, did some shopping at a LIDL (euros!) and then drove on to a free MH aire at Bredstedt.
... 1913. The results are amazing. The painting is quite naive in style but suits the style of the church.
After visiting the cathedral we went for a wander around the attractive town.
We then moved on further into Denmark to the historic town of Ribe