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Copenhagen, the cold, colourful, capital of Denmark renowned for its environmental credentials and traditional cuisine. Travel to and from Copenhagen is easy. Many UK airports have flights to the capital, meaning that the 90-minute plane journey can be integrated into a fairly short overall travel journey. The Danish metro system in and around the capital was fairly easy to use, with British translation systems on the booking machines at the stations. One ride ...
... town that has model houses of actual buildings from the 1700's, 1800's 1920's and 1970's.
It was really interesting to see just how simply people lived back then, and the dramatic change to having too much stuff.
I think even people from the time with lots of ...
... have been close to impossible to spot it from more than a few metres away.
To make a long story short, after taking this up with Europark, the company in charge of that particular car park, I had to pay the full fine. They have the same level of customer service as a shoe box.
Feeling a bit upset and liking Denmark slightly less, we continued towards Odense. It soon became clear that we had underestimated the distance that we had to drive that day and ...
... the oldest stone crypt in Scandinavia. The crypt is rich in ambience and takes the visitor almost 1000 years back in time.
.After exploring the township near the port, we head off on foot for Den Gamle By - an open-air town museum consisting of 75 historical buildings collected from 20 townships in all parts of the country. In 1914 the museum opened as the ...
... censored country called the United States, so I saved it for last. The first exhibit I visited was more or less a permanent installment of modern art. It reminded me of a floor of the Pompidou Center in France more than the Tate Modern, since the Tate is just so massive it can’t be compared with anything else. While admiring each rendering, I remembered how modern art often makes me uneasy, causing me to question life. Even ...