Scandic Olympic Esbjerg City
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Travel Blogs from Esbjerg
... than we were so it was a quick stop and then back driving again. We had a short coffee stop to help stay awake and then we arrived to our new home by 6pm. The drive was about 5 hours with stops. As we left the freeways and drove through the countryside we saw many beautiful old farmhouses. They were often either yellow, white, red or blue – mostly rendered over brick. They looked like very homely places.
... the fishing cycle. All very interesting. Esbjerg was originally a fishing village but is now a large industrial town serving the North Sea gas rigs by providing maintenance and construction facilities. The wharf area is crowded with wind generating equipment for on-land and off-shore wind farms. We returned to Bramming via several small villages and farming areas. Another busy day with an expert guide whose family history is part of the early development of the ...
... town. We had our evening meal outside a restaurant in the main cobbled street and the followed the night watchman on his guided tour. We finished off the evening with a quick trip down to the levee and sluice gates at the mouth of the river. The country is so flat. We were surrounded with 360 deg of clear sky with the palest of sunsets. We had a great twelve hour exploration of Ribe with our able and informative ...
... late meal at the Hotel. Bramming Next day we had our longest drive down from Skagen along the West Coast to Bramming. Very rural. Much sitting behind farm machinery being moved between paddocks. Because of sunny weather crop harvest is in full operation. Arrived at friend Rie's place in Bramming for two days exploration of this ...
... and heavy rain added to the challenge of a 23 km trek to Kolding through some long steep climbs and quick downhills that we didn't expect to see until Wales. Again our different cycle rhythms made it easier to split after Kolding for the 81 km road due west to Esbjerg. On paper the journey looked like an easy task for 6 hrs but the rain brought company in form of a stiff westerly wind. If I was sailing home ...
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