Horning Kro og Hotel
Travel Blogs from Horning
... about their villages and buildings in Denmark and how Harald the Blue tooth was persuaded to abandon the Norse pagan gods for Christianity. We also visited an 11th century Lutheran church ( it only became Lutheran later). We ran into the Aussies again and had dinner with them and a retired dentist and his wife from Chicago. Off to bed now as we have to get up early for a train ride to Berlin and the concentration camp. All the ...
... which were excitedly jumping around when we arrived, but huddled together sleeping when we left. According to Mathias, ferrets like to kill for fun, and often get a rush when they do it, which definitely makes me look at them with a different way if that is true.
There was lots of different species of deer there. Reindeer, roe deer, sika deer, and they did all have their differences; some with spots, some with ...
... tear up during Domestic Blitz? Not sure what is wrong with me there! We were the only ones in the cinema right up until the movie started, where two others sat a few rows ahead. Other than that, it was a very empty cinema. The seats could also recline ever so slightly when you leant back, which did give me a bit of a surprise when I settled in.
I went back to Ida's place for the night. We joke about who has custody of me, and tonight, it's Ida's turn.
Travel day. Second last one of this trip.
Aarhus to Copenhagen.
Well I said goodbye to Jane first, as she had to work.
Then it was a double whammy with Jakob and Anne Mette.
And then a drive to the train and then it was Hans and ...
I am so bleedin' excited! You have no idea.
I have been smiling for this reason for the past 3 days.
But to give you a legit reason on why I am like this, I am going back to January.
New Years Day to be precise.
Dad’s colleague from Denmark had come to study in Australia for 4 months. That was too long for him to be away from his family…so he brought them too!
Now, I met them on New Year’s Day.
Henriette was 16, and Jakob was ...