Travel Blogs from Thisted
... city really isn’t very much time
at all! Still, I made the most of the mini adventure in Hamburg! Maybe one day
Ill do a city break there!
My plan for the next day was to visit Sylt, an exclusive
German island near the Danish border, which came highly recommended by a
friend. Checking the maps, it looked like there was a spit of land connecting
Sylt with its neighbouring Danish island, Romo. So I made sure the sat nav ...
... they were fully booked with school kids on school camp. We were very appreciative though when she offered for us to sleep on mattresses on the floor in the teacher's lounge at half price-suited us just perfectly!
Next morning we cycled the final 20+km over the border into Denmark-where we enjoyed our lunch in the sunshine. Although it was a Tuesday, the small villages we passed through that afternoon were deathly quiet with barely a soul around. By the ...
... back we checked with our guide when would be safe to return to the mainland, we had two hours so with that we took a quick walk around the village before moving on.
We drove north, and now have set up camp with spectacular views along the beach front of Lemvig. If only the weather was better, Ben would of been sure to have a dip. Met a group of young Germans/Danish that were having a bbq and a surf, had a couple of beers with them and a ...
... stay in business. The are guides tours of the factory. Which you have to book at the Tourist information office. Which opens at 10:00 am. The tour starts at 9:00am! Bah Humbug
You need to book early as the tour is normally full.
Bea's father was born here. His father is buried in the local church. He died very young, in his early 20's Having begat Bea's father. As ...
... changed! I tend to agree not being a great one for itineraries.
I soon picked up the 26 to Thisted and after a short run crossed the Salling Sund onto the island of Mors, not that it is called an island as most of Denmark is made up of islands (approx 700). Then across Mors and another bridge on the otherside at the Vilsund back onto the "mainland".