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I didn't mention that we learned that the word "Volvo" means "to Roll" in latin. The name was originally owned my a ball bearing company that partnered with a car company.
We had a four hour drive to Denmark. Over long bridges and tunnels. Visited the Egeskov Castle which features its own car museum, the private collection of the owner. Then into Odense for dinner and a walk to Hans Christian Andersen's birthplace. Very ...
... sand (mostly) hereabouts so had we done so, I doubt that CW would suffer any damage but floating is better than grounding so we turned out to sea pdq.
By 16:30 a slight breeze, from the south of all places, started blowing and within fifteen minutes, it had matured into a reasonable wind. Indeed, it now felt to us that we could no longer trust the weather forecast, there was no mention of any southerly wind so we had no confidence that this ...
... liberated by the British army in April 1945, because the people were in such poor physical condition.
Then it was onto the autobahn and north to Hamburg to stock up on supplies before crossing into Denmark as we had been told everything was dearer in Scandinavia.
Alas all the supermarkets we found were closed, so it was "Auf Weidersen Pet" and back on the autobahn again to head for the border. There was a brief lunch stop at one of the many ...
... objects collected from around the world.
After visit the castle we looked at an exhibit of fashion from the 18th century. There was even a piece of a dress from Marie Antoinette. That exhibit included a guillotine and explanation of the French Revolution.
It was then time for Melody to have some fun so we went to Park portion of the castle grounds. Melody became a Danish Knight by attending the Segway ...
... as well by free bike pumps and incentives for biking such as events and free repair stands. This is part of an aggressive campaign to help cyclists go longer distances, rewarding those that are "super cyclists", who bike significant distances to and from work each day. This shows that distance can be overcome with the motivation and infrastructure in place. This is especially encouraging since most US cities are quite spread out, and even those ...