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... hour, it must have been in Danish because I didn't hear it. And I was not the only one. The ferry was cool though. Fresh sea air, not something you get on every train ride. First impression of Denmark, wind turbines! There were heaps of them. The land was so far away they appeared to rise up out of the water. This morning I was up early. I'm staying in a backpackers here in a shared dorm. My first experience of one of these places in about 10 years. Now I feel ...
Gave ourselves a chilled pack up and left the campsite at about 11:30. Not much to report on the way except for a pleasant lunch break on the beach having crossed the impressive bridge at Noyborg. (18 km you know!) Some amusement driving through Middlefart, for Deb and I at least - the boys were buried in The A Team. Found our way to the Scandic hotel and our room on the 10th floor overlooking the city. Went for a stroll into town, eating some dinner & planning the day ...
... The seats, although they were called lie-flat, were really light-slant. And the food, although well presented, did not look particularly fresh. Abby was exhausted from her adventures (and counting), and as soon as the plane took off, she fell sound asleep. Rob, Justin and I enjoyed dinner and some entertainment. Ultimately, the three of us also settled down to catch a few winks, although sadly, it was not to be. There is simply no way to sleep on a ...
... to the station. Quickly checked in we are out exploring the islands that make up the city starting with the old town on Gamla Stan. It is a bit touristy amongst the pretty narrow streets. There is a heavy shower so we are forced to shelter in an underground vaulted coffee shop. We then make our way back to the hotel via another small island Ridderholmen, looks interesting so hopefully will revisit ...
... only people who have been there since the 70's. New people can't locate, build or change the environment. The Government is trying to work with the community by tightening up the health and hygiene laws for food service
2. Haagen-Daz ice cream is NOT Danish, it is in fact a made up name by a New Yorker Reuben Mattus who wanted to give his ice cream a Danish sounding ...