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... park where deer roam free and you are welcome to pat them, feed them etc. So we walked there alongside the ocean which was lined by forest. If there is one thing Denmark does well it is their parks, and natural flora and fauna. Being Autumn it was beautiful with the muddy leaf covered ground with golden leaves falling around us. We arrived at the deer park and realised it was BYO deer food. OOPS.
SO we trailed little ...
Day 11, Sunday September 2, 2012
Geiranger to Ålesund to Bergen via The Hurtigruten Cruisehip, Richard With, at 12:45 A.M.
Ålesund is a quaint art noveau style city located on the North-Western coast of Norway with a population of 43,000, but appeared ...
... 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 ...
After bedding down next to a path by a bird sanctuary, I awake to continue down the coast to the ferry. I replace my first tyre, and notice that my rugged offroad tyres now resemble racing superslicks.The weather has cleared up, I make camp about 14k from the Ebeltoft ferry in some woods. In other news, I have begun talking to my bicycle. I have named him 'squeak'. I buy some chain lube to shut him up.
... s probably Danish. Even
the cheap plastic chairs you see everywhere are Danish. The Danes know a
thing or two about design, especially chairs! I've never seen so many
chairs that I was excited to sit in and ironically there weren't any
chairs I was allowed to sit in, a major flaw in a furniture museum.
The sleepy little town of Ebeltoft is actually one of Jutland's major tourist towns during the summer, except we went during ...