Hotel Fru Mathies
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Today we rested. We got up late, had breakfast and then proceeded to watch films. It wasn't a productive day but we felt we had earnt a day of recuperation. We were going to head out into Esbjerg to see the centre but it rained constantly from 8am to 6pm hence we opted for the cosy, warm and dry option of staying in the house. We cooked lunch and then watched the new Minions movie ...
... s parents had arrived there. In seconds Oskar's father had whipped up a delicious hot chocolate and I sat down relieved to have arrived safe. We ate our rolls that we had meant to have for lunch and a couple hours later we were eating a wonderful meal of beef and mashed potato. Oskar's parents left around 8:30pm at which point I think both Oskar and myself were beginning to crash. I'm looking forward to a well-deserved rest and to visit Esbjerg's centre ...
... with sections of NE and NW so we did plenty of sections pretty much straight into it. (For those keen birds you can check our route on the North Sea Cycle route website).
The breakfast we recieved in the morning was not the breakfast we ordered but it still filled us up and left no washing up so we can't complain!
Our original plan was to camp in Dagebull but we arrived there at 2pm after a solid morning of cycling. Only a couple ...
... be in a cellar under the building. During Southwest Jutland Museums’ excavations around Ribe Cathedral in 2008-2012, archaeologists unearthed a well-preserved Christian grave site from the Viking period. This discovery has changed Danish history as Christian Vikings lived in Ribe 100 years before Harald Bluetooth officially converted the Danes to Christianity. The Christians lived as a minority group alongside the Danish Vikings who believed in the ancient ...
... was a Viking settlement in Viborg in 800 and it was one of the 3 great assembly places in Denmark
To get to the centre we walked through the local Cemetery. It was a very different and beautiful place. Each grave or family plot was surrounded by a low box ...