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Travel Blogs from Silkeborg
... that things like transaction fee's from your bank and currency exchange rates will not be in your favor. You can use your bankcard to withdraw moneys from the ATM's situated inside of the city, but its worth noticing that there will likely be a charge for this service.
The weather in Copenhagen is slightly colder to that of the UK. Whilst we were there in October, the overcast weather was around 3 degrees colder than that of England. So you will ...
Thursday night: Back to the Future 3
Friday night: Back to the Future 1,2 AND 3!
It was so odd walking through the little shops.and it did make me feel old.
Maybe old, because I have my dad's camera at home, or maybe becuase we have records at home.
... and thinking of reasons why the town would be so quiet when we stumbled upon the house. Given time constraints, we only had a quick look before we set off for the museum.
The museum was quaint and very informative, but perhaps a bit too detailed. There was a pond outside the museum where ducks, swans and their offspring paddled around, bringing HCA's most popular story to life. If you haven't seen a baby swan before (apparently called a cygnet?), then the story is lost ...
... and the Church of Our Lady.
The Aarhus Cathedral is the holder of several records in Denmark: it is the longest church; it has the most frescos; the largest organ; and its triptych is undoubtedly Denmark's largest artistic Medieval treasure.
The Church of Our Lady ("Vor Frue kirke") is richly decorated, and from the central nave you can descend the staircase to ...
... inviting the Danish man to observe (this man later left the clan, thankfully). He had lovers of all kinds, followed families through the years, and took photographs capturing everybody’s story. He listened, they spoke. He touched many hearts. Very interesting. The next floor down, a permanent installment of Danish paintings from the 18th to 20th centuries, made no sense amongst all the modern exhibits. I grazed through ...