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A great start to the day with a 6 mile run around the reservoir. Roads busy through Germany but an easy 300 miles with no hold ups. Once we reached Denmark the roads were noticeably clearer. As we moved north it has become colder not helped by clear skies in the evening. The evenings are much lighter, I could read a book outside at ...
... but they were very friendly about it! We got set up (after getting changed as the heat was intense) and shortly after, got the barbie going. A tasty meal washed down with some white grapes, followed by a Star Wars Top Trumps marathon. A lovely walk for Prego after dins with some cute photos on the bench by the lake. We didn't linger too long as this is mosquito heaven! Friday 12th June Up and out on the bikes before the sun got ...
... breathtaking. We just kept turning to each other and saying "it's all Lego!!" The gardens were so impressive too with water in many of the displays. Miniature trees and plants to make the cities look realistic. Dad would've loved the acers! We walked around open-mouthed for nearly an hour. Then a quick bite to eat before the little boy got a really special treat. There was a Star Wars X-Wing exhibit. It was inside a ...
... came in about 10 minutes. Since there was not any information centre for the bus services, a number of people queued up to ask for help from the bus driver. After that, we could finally broad the bus. When he saw the messy wallet with of Chong Jin (mainly because of different currencies), he said, "it's a good day today, you two just need a single ticket" so that he didn't need to mess around with his wallet lol
... a distance and two Denmark islands away via bridges. The bridge tolls were horrendous and paid by slipping your credit card into the machine. Jelling is (yes, you've guessed it) a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is here that the grave mounds of two Viking Kings, King Gorm and his son Harold Bluetooth from the 10th century have been found. King Gorm died in 958 and Harold Bluetooth in 987. Two "Runic Stones" were found at the site with inscriptions. ...