BEST WESTERN Hotel Odense
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
Denmark can be summed up with four words: family, eat, drink, sleep! We had a great time with the Danish family and they made sure that we wouldn't be hungry for about 2 months. The days were filled with eating yummy Danish food, playing games, watching football, short walkings at the beach and drinking beer / red wine. Very enjoyable and relaxing after a busy few weeks getting ready to leave the UK. Hours on the train: 17.5 Countries visited: ...
... day trip to Odense and Egeskov and I wouldn't be able to visit other towns I planned like Nyborg and Roskilde.
As I'd already seen two grand castles yesterday I opted to drop Egeskov for more variety in Roskilde on my return back to Copenhagen. I took the commuter train from ...
... are in a state of disrepair because the noble families that own estates such as these struggle to generate enough income to keep them maintained and pay the high property taxes. A few kilometres from the castle, we found a burial ground that dates back to 3000BC. It just looks like a few large stones carefully placed in the shape of a ship. It’s hard to imagine that people used to go there ...
... The service is free and managed by the local council.
We visited the church which is the highest point on the island to get a great view of the villages, countryside and surrounding sea. The church is also the final resting place of the nobles who have owned much of the island for many centuries. They get a whole wing of the church for their stone caskets.
Kirsten cooked us another amazing meal of local food accompanied by a bottle of Cloudy Bay Eric found.