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... who was very personable. She took us to Odense, which is the birth place of Hans Christian Anderson. They are extremely proud of him in Denmark - humble beginnings, of course, and a bit of an odd duck - he did know success in his lifetime, but he was a hypochondriac who never married because he always developed crushes on married women! The town of Odense is just lovely - old cobblestone streets and lots of ...
... than mum and dad I suppose. Anyway, the reason for mentioning all this at all, was the fact that they were using a type of windsurfing board that I have never seen, called a formula one. It was wide and stubby and sported a carbon-fibre skeg (very dear), the thickness of which depends upon the weight of the person riding the board. It needs to be flexible, but not too much and the idea of these boards is that they fly downwind ...
... Now this peculiar name (to our ears at least) was first recorded in a thirteenth century census and was written as Mæthæfar, and it is believed that is derived from the old Danish for middle 'Mæthæl’ and ‘far’ meaning ‘way’ and as such it describes its location, as the nearest point between the island of Fyn and the Jutland mainland and with an island making the gap even narrower. As the water ...
... that we should check out Billund's most famous attraction... LegoLand! We weren't sure what it really was but are very glad that we went along as it was fantastic. There is a section which has lots of miniature villages and settings made out of Lego. It was especially exciting to see Lego versions of places that we had visited, like Kobehavn, Bergen and the sights of New York. There was also a Lego harbour which taught us the mechanics involved in using locks and a ...
... important about the one erected by Harold Bluetooth is that it is the first time in history that a reference was made to "Danes" as a people, so this is thought to be the baptism of the Danish nation.
The inscription chiseled into the big stone reads "Harold King made this memorial stone for Gorm his Father and Thrya his Mother.That Harold who won over the whole of Denmark and Norway and christianised the Danes". All very Viking like, having ...