Billesgade Bed & Breakfast

Address: BillesGade 9, Odense, Fyn and the Central Islands, 5000, Denmark | B&B
 
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Denmark

A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 17, 2014

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Denmark can be summed up with four words: family, eat, drink, sleep! We had a great time with the Danish family and they made sure that we wouldn't be hungry for about 2 months. The days were filled with eating yummy Danish food, playing games, watching football, short walkings at the beach and drinking beer / red wine. Very enjoyable and relaxing after a busy few weeks getting ready to leave the UK. Hours on the train: 17.5 Countries visited: ...

Hans Christian Andersons Birthplace Odense

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2014

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... that is not as elaborate as the ones I'd already visited.

I made it to the station in time for the 11.46 train which would get me to Roskilde by 12.56.













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Castles, more castles, and ancient burial grounds

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 05, 2014

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... been great hunters over many years.


In the afternoon, we drove to a nearby island, Langeland, where Kirsten was raised. It’s quite a bit bigger than Tasinge where we are staying but its population is falling as there are few jobs. We found another castle Tranekaer Slot - this one is not open to the public - but we through the forest that surrounds the castle. The castle ...

Herrings, rye bread, and Danish (the pastries)

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 03, 2014

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I started the day with a run (my first in quite a while) which was a great way to explore the village. I ran through the village, the grounds of the castle, the small forest on the edge of the village, then past the marina. It's truly a beautiful piece of Europe. Since I was really hot when I got back from the run, I took our host's suggestion that I take a swim at the beach across the road from their house. As soon as I put my head under I realised they weren't being serious. ...

The land of exquisite breads and smorbord

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 02, 2014

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... we would have had a very long day! The conductor was so helpful advising us where to catch the right train and what time the next one was going. A great introduction to how friendly the Danes are.

We had a few hours to burn in Odense so I visited the Hans Christian Andersen museum. Andersen, perhaps Denmark's most famous man was born here. The museum did a wonderful job telling ...