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We awoke to a strong cold wind blowing in from the west. Our plan was to check out the city of Aalborg before beginning our trip out of Denmark and back to Switzerland. On the way into Aalborg we came across an ancient Viking Burial Site that dated back to around 600AD. The area was full of Viking graves and there were some interesting information boards that explained the area reasonably well. Tourist information is not easy to find in Denmark since they seem ...
We awoke this morning, not to the sound of a gentle breeze of a few knots, as the forecast predicted, rather to discover that the wind was every bit as strong as the previous day, albeit from the promised NW direction. Leaving the box was as fraught as getting in but we managed it and with that and harbour dues paid, we were in the canal and passing the poor wrecked boat by 09:30, destination the port and marina of Grenaa, some 25 miles up the ...
... room (about 15 in total) has to prepare a drink and an activity which matches whatever theme the person chooses. You spend the evening moving from room to room, participating in the activities. They also do a tour de Friday bar, which is the same concept but with the different Friday bars from the different degrees that each student on the floor is studying. Another nice event they do is common dinner, where a person will cook for the floor ...
... and Boy for going out of your way to make Denmark so enjoyable and memorable for us. We loved your company and really look forward to seeing you in Thailand or Australia some time soon, if not we will certainly be back for a visit!
So with a blink of the eye we were off to the airport and cueing for our next flight - to New York!
The blooper blog will be up very shortly along with our time in the big apple!
Sending our love from the other side of the world!
... etc. There was often a story about the original person who lived in the house, like the milliner who was so busy that she used to let her customers wait in her house's living room and dining room before she served them. There was a school from 1741 there as well, to complete the town-like atmosphere.
I found it fascinating that there was so much history in the buildings, and the depth of research gone into the houses as to who even lived ...