Den gamle Graensekro
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... made sure his sons knew that they had to provide a quality product above anything else.
We were a twenty minute walk from the manufacturing facilities. During the quick dash, I looked back to see the youngest struggling to keep up with Doc Smith and me!!! I guess it’s good to be old!! We are apparently more agile and quick!!!!
The manufacturing facility was highly automated. From the back of the Injection Molding machine to shipping, no human touches the ...
Today my family and I visited the port city of Frederecia. The city has been used as the Danish army's first line of defense for centuries during the wars with Sweden. The city is rich with military history, there are reminders thought out the city of wars won and lost. The tour started off by Us visiting the museum of Danish history where we saw what the Danish lifestyle consisted of during the 19th and 20th century. We then visited one of ...
... that cater for truckies and the general public - think the Papakura one on the southern motorway, but much bigger.
Apart from the sign we wouldn't have known we had crossed into Denmark and northern Europe, although the car's external temp gauge was telling us we had got a reasonable way north as it was only 19 degrees despite being a nice sunny day.
At Kolding we visited Koldinghus, an old castle in the middle of town, that dates back to ...
... with while they wait. We went back to our room just after lunch for a break .... well a nap really.... we're getting old, Eh. Back to the rides and stayed till almost closing time .... which is 8pm. We really had a Great time. Yes Christine, you were right.... it was a lot of ...
... the 14th century these watchmen made their nightly rounds in Ribe, making sure the streets were safe for locals to walk. They were also charged with being on the lookout for fires or floods threatening the town. The job was abolished in Ribe in 1902, but reinstated in 1935 as a tourist attraction. These days interesting factual titbits, singing and colourful stories of memorable Ribe citizens (in Danish and English) are just part of the act. Throw in narrow ...