BEST WESTERN Hotel Odense
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It was cool and windy when we left Copenhagen. There was some light rain during the night. On our way to Roskilde the weather remained much the same. Roskilde is a very pretty town at the end of a Danish Fjord. There is another Viking Museum there. We didn't go in because we have already been to others. The cathedral in Roskilde is quite impressive …
... who was very personable. She took us to Odense, which is the birth place of Hans Christian Anderson. They are extremely proud of him in Denmark - humble beginnings, of course, and a bit of an odd duck - he did know success in his lifetime, but he was a hypochondriac who never married because he always developed crushes on married women! The town of Odense is just lovely - old cobblestone streets and lots of ...
... trailers were numerous (>6, <12) windsurfing sails, boards and all the accoutrements necessary for serious windsurfing. When I enquired of a young man (20 at the most) as to whether all of this gear belonged to a sailing club, he looked puzzled and stated that no, it was his and his brother’s (ca 17 or so). Now sails cost at least £300 each, boards are a good deal more so where they got their money from who ...
We can't believe our luck in the weather, or at least the wind, as once again it is in a favourable direction. Aficionados of my blog will be aware that it is a rare, almost hen’s teeth rare, thing for us to have favourable winds and to have two or three in a row is almost unheard of! Having said that and not wanting to tempt fate, I will not make the point again.
Today we were wanting to travel the short hop up ...
... to do some laundry and some boat-cleaning and minor modifcations/improvements (sticking insulation on the outer walls of the cupboards in the forepeak, to reduce or even prevent altogether, condensation occurring). These jobs were carried out as the wind, 'light’ don’t forget, blew at 27 knots, which is close enough to a F7 and the rain, ...