Horning Kro og Hotel
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... are over there. There breakfasts include Rye bread and coffee, which can be served with various jams and cheese. They also serve various porridges, more appropriate in the colder months! Danish pastry is eaten throughout the day, with sweeter dishes such as apple filled Spandauer served in the evening as desert.
The nightlife in Copenhagen was vibrant and varied. The clubs play a mix of both English and Danish chart music which will be fairly ...
... Samsų, where we have visited twice before so we wanted to try the delights of its smaller westerly cousin.
Pretty soon, things started improving. The wind strength gradually increased and as it was more or less blowing directly behind us, we deployed the main to the port side and the genoa to starboard (left and right). For safety and comfort, we had the main rigged with a preventer (a bit of rope) which would stop any inadvertent gybe (main coming across the boat to ...
Well we have finally reached the end of our Europe adventure. This part is bittersweet - we have had so much fun in Holland and Denmark, but man oh man we are excited about the US of A!!!
I'll pick up where I left the last entry - back I go to the trip from Groningen to Denmark.
We arrived at the train station at 9 in the morning. Adrian's aunt, Getie, who owns a travel agency went to the trouble of booking our trip. The plan was three trains with two transfers, ...
... We went to Lagkagehuset bakery, a well known bakery around here, which has some beautiful cakes. I tried some, and to my surprise, actually preferred the light and summery strawberry cake over the heavier chocolate cake. Both were very delicious, though!
We met Maja in the late afternoon, and I accompanied her to H&M shopping while Anne and Ida picked up some things from the pharmacy.
We went back to Anne's for dinner. Just up the road is a small kebab ...
... since I was 14. I haven't used nail polish more than twice since 2008!
Then I went with Jane and Hans and Jakob to a street party in Aarhus.
THEY HAD WATER BALLS! THE ONES YOU HOP IN AND TRY TO STAND UP!
And then we walked around and watched some street circus artists, and had some dinner.
Back to the house, and I went to have a shower...and guess what? I HADDA MICKEY MOUSE TOWEL!
But I am so tired now, so I am going to bed.