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... also researched a place for dinner - we can go to a little nicer place now that we have clean clothes.
After relaxing, having some wine, and drafting the letter to SAS, we were off to Pate Pate, a restaurant recommended by the hotel. They didn’t have an reservations available on such short notice, but they suggested that we head over and try to grab a seat. We showed up about 8:45pm (it was still so ...
... away easy, as flights only take a few hours and you can end up anywhere.
Negotiating our why to the city centre from the airport was easy. The train leaves regularly and the ticket machines have an english speaking option. Paying for the ticket proved tricky. But even a Danish couple struggled so that was more machine error than the operator.
When we did emerge from the ...
... botanical garden to the Lund Cathedral to meet the Giant Finn and see the 15th century clock work. The cathedral is very large and impressive. Ken did encounter the Giant Finn, who built the Cathedral for the people of Lund. The legend of the Giant Finn is this: The citizens of Lund hired Finn the Giant to build them a Cathedral. When he was done they didn't want to pay him so he was going to tear the Cathedral down. However, the next morning, when the first rays of the sun hit ...
... very reasonable. We walked about 11 miles according to my pedometer - quite a day. Tomorrow we are off by train/ferry to Aeroskobing. July 8 Aeroskobing Train to Aeroskobing is lovely : smooth, efficient and on time. Countryside is lush and green - so much rain - very bucolic. Horses, rolling hills, charming villages. Lunch across the street from the ferry dock, 3 pickled herring plates for Bev, Ron and Ken, I had a fried fillet. They all raved about the herring, ...
... one year is that I almost forgot the names of the places. The long shopping street was so impressive that I spent quite a lot time there. I met a journalist from Xinhua Media in front of the University of Copenhagen.
I went to see the little mermaid which was the symbol of the city. It took me 1.5 hours to find it, but I was disappointed how little it was. We Chinese love seeing grand things, but ...
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