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Travel Blogs from Randers
We took the train over the Orsund bridge to Malmo. Sweden is so close - we were there in about 30 minutes. We spent the day discovering Malmo - a little taste of Sweden. The sky is blue and the lady in the shop said we have been so lucky with the weather. Another great day. LOL - the wind farms in the sea OMG - not as many smokers - so many people smoke in Denmark everywhere Steps - ...
... Rosie, both from Oxford (which is kinda creepy) and we went for a drink with a bunch of people.
Well we went for a walk in search of a pub. We did end up finding one, and had a lovely cider there listening to live music.
I still had a jenga box hat on.
Yes, ok I get it....I have not lived as far as nice desserts go.
Well at least I tried it before I turned 20.
Then it was bed time, and now here I am.
I need to plug in my phone to charge for the journey tomorrow!
Lisa xo ...
... Kulling) that was built by Christoffer I in 1268 and then rebuilt and added on to by many many other kings after it burnt down/was destroyed/changed from an armory. A lot can happen in 750 years. After Hans Christian Anderson visited for inspiration (castles were very trendy muses at the time) and saw people remodeling their kitchens with the stones from the ruins a law was made to protect the castle. Instead of rebuilding the castle they decided to ...
... took a turn south. For most of the session we learned several songs that Danes sing while they drink, how to cheers (SKÅL!), and the cheer for the Danish soccer team. The instructor also apologized for not having a breakfast beer for everyone. We then sang the Boogie Voogie (Hokey Pokey) while forming a 300 person conga line through the lecture theater. I can't make this stuff up. Swedes describe the Danes as "the Latinos of Scandinavia". I wonder ...