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... bring your rain coat! The snow tends to come earlier than it does in England, so be aware of any possible effects on travel or transport in the months of October through to March.
Our group stayed in the 'generator' hostel in the town centre. Despite its very reasonable, cheap prices the hostel was very clean and the staff were very friendly. Don't feel obliged to overpay for hotels, as our experiences suggest that even the cheaper options are ...
... it had nothing to do with my parents that I felt old when I saw cassettes. My favourite song, was given to me on a cassette. I still have it too!
Which reminds me (again)....mother bear. Please do not throw away the cassette player!
Then it was home time and back ...
... Something interesting that we learnt there was that the story of the ugly duckling was actually how the writer saw his own life.
We had wanted to visit the Silkeborg museum as well, but given how tired we were and how late it already was, we decided to move it to the next day. The countryside is dotted wind turbines and there are cycling lanes next to all the roads. However, the most striking thing was how few cars there were.
Our accommodation was about ...
... the oldest stone crypt in Scandinavia. The crypt is rich in ambience and takes the visitor almost 1000 years back in time.
After exploring the township near the port, we head off on foot for Den Gamle By - an open-air town museum consisting of 75 historical buildings collected from 20 townships in all parts of the country. In 1914 the museum opened as the ...
... full of similar art styles from other museums. I made my way down stairs again to the Nine Rooms (or is it Seven?), named from Dante’s Inferno. The rooms continuously rotated, featuring different artists filling the rooms in different ways. One room was full of mirrors – top, bottom, sides – another was strange living room, another had white screens with changing colors, and so on. On the bottom floor towered ...