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TravelPod Member ReviewsHvedholm Castle Faborg
We had a delightful two nights in the Castle. The quaint corner room overlooked the pond and many trees. The food and service were excellent. We would stay again if in the area.
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Day 19, Monday Sept 10, 2012, continued travels in Germany part 6
Hvedholm Castle was originally a portion of Horneland, belonging to the oldest possessions of the kings. The estate was first mentioned in 1231 and was the headquarters of one of the largest estates in the country, Brahesminde. The external walls were used when the …
... to be built. When we were there in the evening, swimmers were in the ocean doing their laps and playing around. The Danes are a hardy bunch as the ocean felt like Willows Beach temperature. The walk back through the town to our B&B was filled with architecture that kept begging to be photographed. Susanna met us with a glass of her delicious homemade wine as a nightcap. I could get used to this ...
... not dangerous. Melody decides to come in and brings her water proof camera to take pictures of the jelly fish. She then does some gymnastics in the water. After playing in the water for a bit we all go lie on the beach with Chris.
We hen head out to the Aplleskever festival and the other end of the island. The drive there seems to take longer than is should; I guess that we are all hungry. When we arrive, there are lots of people milling about and a band playing American ...
... before reaching one of the 6 platforms.
We then did the maze. At least Melody, Dave and Daniel completed the Maze only taking to wrong turns. One Melody’s mistake and one Dave’s. Jeppa and Ann Sophie we unable to get to the center and o out through the slide.
It was time to go back to get ready for supper in the old mill. On the way Ann, Dave Daniel and Melody stopped at a church in Ringe to see if we could ...
... about the whole way and Ann slept for about an hour when we crossed over into Denmark.
We have decided to visit one of Ann's relatives in Odense. Jette, Anns Danish cousin works in the tourist booth at a Denfunsk landsby an old village in Odense. The village contains real houses and buildings from the past that have been taken apart and moved to this location then rebuilt. We had a late lunch with Jette and then toured the area. We started by taking ...