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- Free parking
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... day trip to Odense and Egeskov and I wouldn't be able to visit other towns I planned like Nyborg and Roskilde.
As I'd already seen two grand castles yesterday I opted to drop Egeskov for more variety in Roskilde on my return back to Copenhagen. I took the commuter train from ...
... of things were made of Lego. There was the Statue of Liberty, the leaning tower of Pisa and lots of other famous buildings too. There were lots of Lego figures made out of Lego, for example a pizza man. There were lots of rides but unfortunately they were not made out of Lego (Mum things maybe that's a good thing). We walked around Legoland in amazement. The first ride we went on was a little boat ride where you could sail around and look at famous buildings built out of Lego. We saw ...
When we got to Denmark we got picked up by Folmer and Anna. Folmer looks just like Far Far. They took us straight to Legoland. I loved it there. It had lots and lots of Lego there. I loved the Haunted house and the polar bear roller coaster.
We had a party for Signe and I ate some corn and the dog ate some corn. By the way it was actually cow corn. I picked corn from the fields and had a Corn Company ...
... as we had to come back the same way. Another lovely walk, up to a lake this time, with views across to a glacier tongue. We independently met two friendly (as always) Norwegians who told us how much it had retreated over the last few decades.
As we continued our journey south, we passed some well known waterfalls with a big carpark right by the road. Lib pulled over, we looked out of the window, she drove on.
... who dug shapes into the mound from the side.l In 1941 the middle of the south mound was excavated from top to bottom.. A little on politics, in 1849, Denmark turned to constitutional law. This meant the king was no longer in power as such but was more of a figurehead. The country was ruled by a parliament consisting of several different parties, elected by the people.