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... was owned by a king but was accidentally destroyed by a fire in the 1600s. The restoration of the castle is truly magnificent. The architect who oversaw the project was inspired.
Our last night in Denmark we spent dining on the beachside watching the yachts return to the harbour and the moon rise across the sea. This must truly be the most beautiful place in Denmark. ...
At some point in time you may wish take your boiler off line and store it for an extended period of time. Be very cautious. Boilers that sit idle will corrode leaving you with a quite a mess when you want to place the boiler back in service.
Here are two ways you can store your boiler.
The first is wet storage, which is ...
... and sailing prowess.
There was the skeleton remains of the oldest known inhabitant of Aarhus that has been found thus far. He is from around the 9th century, and with his 170cm height, was probably a tall man from that era, I'm guessing. From his positioning found, and the fact that his skull was missing apart from the bottom jaw, makes it likely that he was the victim of a Viking murder.
After we walked around the small museum, we decided to go and get some ...
Today Ida took me to her hometown of Horsens, about half an hour away from Aarhus by train. We had slept in and had a nice breakfast in the kitchen, so we weren't really hungry for lunch when we arrived after lunchtime. Ida checked the bus schedule, and because it was a Saturday, the buses wouldn't be running as regularly, so we decided to walk instead. We walked through the main shopping street, a really wide street where cars are not allowed to ...
The thing about coming to stay with old friends/may-as-well-be-family is that you know it's ok to relax and not do much.
Which is what I did for the most part of today.
I slept in a bit, we had breakfast together and then we did our own thing for a while.
During the afternoon, Hans (dad) went to pick up the eldest sister. Anne Mette. I didn't meet her in Australia, as she didn't come with the rest ...