Norre Vissing Kro
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... what you are used to hearing in the UK. Nights out don't come cheap - You can pay up to 100dk just for club entry, and around 50-120dk per drink. The local club-goers were very friendly, and also very attractive!
As we were there Wednesday until Friday, so we didn’t get to experience the clubs on the weekends. Wednesday was a fairly quiet night out; we went to check out some of the local bars to get an idea of what its like to drink in ...
... while I slept, Doug wandered around the town and took some happy snaps. From the photos it looks like a nice place with a mix of quite old buildings and modern ones and like Copenhagen, a restaurant belt by the canal.
Reading the blurb in the Princess Patter, it is one of the oldest towns in Europe and its history goes back to the days of the Vikings. In addition the much loved Danish Royal family come here for holidays ...
Today my sister's car was stolen! It vanished sometime overnight and no trace of it so far. My sister has been quite calm over it but it certainly has overshadowed an otherwise lovely day.
We talked a lot until early afternoon. What do we talk about? Life, ourselves, psychology, understanding "the human condition", health, ...
Finally, down to "business." A trip to Skanderborg CBD for some shopping. Fortunately, Trine knows all the shops and we did not waste any time in shops outside our area of interest.
I withstood all temptations at Anbi, where I bought my McVerdi linen coat last year. Not so lucky at Bruun•Bruun, where I picked up yet another ...
... the name and I then managed to video the rest of the brief ceremony. I have uploaded the video but I think I need to resize it as probably way too big a file.
After the 11 0'clock ceremony we were all invited to brunch at the nearby Skanderborg Hotel. Very smart and gorgeous food. Many lovely presents unwrapped at the end after the magnificent cakes!
A relaxing evening back home at my sister Trine's. Lots to catch up on.