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... with the landscape.
Eventually we made it to Copenhagen and I exchanged some Euros for Kronas. I didn't know if pricing would be back on the outrageous Norwegian level back in a Scandinavian country. I was told they are all the same and they were on par on my last visit in 2003.
Taking a quick peek thru the 7-11 ...
... by a lot of industry. A quick wander brought us across some medieval entertainment by means of some fire juggling, and despite it all being in Danish it was rather entertaining and funny. We then managed somehow to find a cowboy themed campsite near to the ferry port for the crossing to Germany in the morning. It really is a site to behold with full on saloon, whip cracking cowboys, rednecks and a motorbike ...
We've just spent two days at sea. We slept for 14 horus a day, ate pizza for eight hours a day and the rest of our time was spent poopin' or taking photos of the ocean. I guess this is what holidays are all about.
We deleted all of the 'at sea' photos - we never want to be reminded of that time again. The attached photos are general left-overs from other places we've visited.
... sea!And finally the Arken Art Museum en route to the airport where 2 things most impressed- the huge abstract gestural frescoes of Asger Jorg , Steffens favorite artist! which had been painted on the walls of a friend's house and after Jorg's death,removed to the museum. The other was the fantastic dedicated kids area with walls covered in their frescoes, areas to make art, play areas including a huge ...
... The cliffs are surrounded by dense Beech forests under which are hidden many ancient monuments, barrows and graves and strongholds with ramparts and moats and we walk through the forest along a wooden walkway overlooking the sea before descending 500 steps down 143 metres through the forest to the pebbly beach below, stopping to view the dazzling cliffs at various points and the light emerald sea below with areas quite pink. With a 75 million ...