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To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live.
- Hans Christian Anderson, Father of the Danish Fairy Tale
There is an almost mythical word in Danish, hygge, that is hard to explain, and pronounce. Hoo-gull-eey. But if you understand it in the least, it gets under your skin and becomes a way of life. It roughly translates to coziness, but that's ...
... hostel. Most of the people I spent my evenings with (bar the first and last night where I talked to people I met in the downstairs
bar/dining area), were people I had met on the these tours. The guides are very knowledgeable, entertaining and have a wealth of knowledge about the best places to eat, what tourist sights are actually like and coming up with suggestions of what to do in the city which you may have been unaware of.
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... to a suite with a terrace which was great! The room is nice and roomy and being on the 6th floor gives us a fab view over the roof tops. There's a church nearby and we can hear the bells ringing. We felt like having a quiet one as we were both pretty tired. We found a little Japanese restaurant just down the road from our hotel. Miso and sushi went down a treat! After dinner we headed back to the hotel to unwind and settle in for the night. Can't wait to explore this city ...
... eating our dinners, when the train slowed to a stop. The conductor came on the PA and said that were were about to get on the ferry, and that everyone would have to get off the train and go to the upper levels of the boat for the duration of the crossing. Our train went onto a ferry! How weird and cool is that?! We were completely stoked. It was a 45 minute crossing (unfortunately in the dark), and then we were back on the train for another 2 hours. ...
... mainly along these beautiful lakes) and one where we had only a couple of neighbours. It was so peaceful (the place was Saffle at the top of the largest lake in Sweden). These were relaxing days, being a bit over city hopping at the time and needing some R&R. We then drove to Oslo in Norway and there we had a train trip to Bergen on the west coast. The train took 7 hours but the scenery was awe inspiring. This is where I saw my first ...