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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Dagmar Ribe
It was a unique experience staying in a hotel that was built in the 1200's. Due to the construction around the cathedral we were unable to unload our luggage, but found a parking lot a couple of blocks from it.
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... 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 ...
... So we got one (only a tenner) and headed to pitch 326. I nipped to the camp shop for bread, only to discover the Kroner coins that dad had very kindly donated to our cause are "old coins", no longer accepted.... The Kroner notes that dad kindly donated to our cause are, however, still in circulation so all was well. Moral of the story: forget the little metal jobs, it's the big paper ones you want!! I think this moral will take us far in life, no matter the country! ...
... drove down to the Viking Village, where volunteers from around the world stay here and re-enact Viking life in an authentically built village; it was well worth the visit, the sight and smells are all based on history and the skill of the crafts people using original forges, tools and materials makes you easily see how the Vikings explored the world.
Moving on Up North; we called into the Island of Rømø - mainly as it has one of the few Danish LPG pumps, however we eventually found our way onto the beach. It was not what we expected...you drive right on as close to the sea as you dare and a few became stuck; but the norm was drive on and off at ...
Ah mes amis -where have you been?A lot of l'eau has floated under the pont since we were last in contact.
Well its been a bit difficult to be honest.On the way down from Roros to Oslo the battery went flat and we lost all power,in the middle of nowhere. I fiddled and got going only for the same thing to occur a few miles later. The dynamo was not charging the battery (obviously the cause of the failure on Tuesday) I managed to get going again using the old battery which I ...