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... 5000 years ago!
The castle owners commissioned a number of artists about 20 years ago to create sculptures in the forest. Many of these are very interesting and others have fallen down over the years. We also found hundreds of blackberry bushes laden with fruit.
A little further across the island, we drove past the farm where Kirsten lived as a child and where her brother now farms. ...
... freezing! Once I got my breath back, I realised that I couldn't taste any salt in the water or feel any on my skin. Henning said it has a very low salt content because of the huge rivers from Russia that feed into the Baltic Sea.
Eric fulfilled his need to mow the lawns after breakfast - the houses all have meticulously maintained gardens - most people mow their lawns several times a week during summer - while Kirsten and I biked to the village bakery and ...
... in the quite seaside village of Troense, on the island of Trasinge. Most of the houses in the village are hundreds of years old, many have thatched roofs, and all are meticulously maintained - including beautifully manicured gardens. The village even has its own castle.
We had a lovely evening dining on Kirsten's amazing cooking and catching up on all the news.
We woke up to rain again today. We drove into Odense because our hotel is over 5K from downtown. We tried parking in a lot but our credit cards would not work (not Danish VISA) so drove around until I found some free parking. Our decision to stay in Odense was because this is the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. We visited the museum which is very good. The number and variety of artifacts from his life are very extensive. He was certainly an interesting and well ...
... buy my ticket. Wow ... they could really learn a lot from the Japanese train industry!
My train is not late but all the information about where my seat is ... is missing ... great. And Denmark can't blame earthquakes and tsunamis ... no, only inadequate maintinance.
Welcome to Denmark! ... where we have the highest taxes in the world and not the greatest facilities / services!
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