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Today was an early start! Odense was very interesting but my bike was so front heavy since it came with a basket. I really thought that i was going to either topple over or crash into someone by the end of the night. Luckily I didn't. My bike was a purple cruiser with flames on the step-through bar, which I thought was super sick at first. However, my bell started ringing on its own and the front basket made me realize that I have no navigational skills. How do Danish ...
... roadways making it
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Odense is not without its history of cars… In the 1960s they built a 4 lane road through the city to accommodate the growing number of cars, but today they are working to get rid of the road that has become a barrier in the community. Now, alongside an additional 28 infrastructure projects, they are filling the road ...
Biked to Odense today, and had an interesting discussion with city officials. The government here sets very ambitious targets, however they actually seem achievable. A top priority is trying to make the city friendly to all modes of transportation, but with an emphasis on cycling and public transport. The city is actually quite spread out, and yet there are still cycle tracks on every street, a lot of people cycling while we were there. This is ...
... we talked about people and growing up and being free and it was so nice. The perfect combonation of funny and heartfelt. I am really really going to miss Copenhagen. I cannot wait for our next leg of the journey even though I have no idea what to expect from Utrecht or Amsterdam but I know our group is going to bond even more and it will be another week full of some of the most amazing and unique experiences of my life. Okay, cheesy rant over.
... Now this peculiar name (to our ears at least) was first recorded in a thirteenth century census and was written as Mæthæfar, and it is believed that is derived from the old Danish for middle 'Mæthæl’ and ‘far’ meaning ‘way’ and as such it describes its location, as the nearest point between the island of Fyn and the Jutland mainland and with an island making the gap even narrower. As the water ...