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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but it moves slow and steady!!
After the tour, we went back to headquarters to meet the materials and production manager. He gave us more technical information on the molding. It is amazing that the design of the new bricks or new materials must insure that bricks made today will still work with bricks from the 1950’s!!
We boarded the bus back to Vejen and then raced back to the hostel. I was surprised that I could navigate back to the hostel through the zig-zag ...
... that things like transaction fee's from your bank and currency exchange rates will not be in your favor. You can use your bankcard to withdraw moneys from the ATM's situated inside of the city, but its worth noticing that there will likely be a charge for this service.
The weather in Copenhagen is slightly colder to that of the UK. Whilst we were there in October, the overcast weather was around 3 degrees colder than that of England. So you will ...
... the small town. The church had an interesting array of styles, Romanesque, Gothic, right through to some modern (1987) mosaics behind the altar. After that, we went by the Viking Center. We walked around a relocated and reconstructed Viking village, which contained many 'Vikings', practising their crafts and lifestyles. They had a great program running for 'at risk' teenagers,who attended school in the morning ...
... first day that it had been rough.
Every previous day had been absolutely smooth sailing, the sea almost like a millpond, unlike what the North Sea is usually known for.
The captain contacted the Danish coastguard who refused to come out due to the bad weather conditions.
So the Captain organised the passenger to go aboard on one of the ship's lifeboats and he was taken ashore.
Once the lifeboat and ...
... Trading took place aboard ships on the Thames and later on wood Quays. Pottery, glass, slaves, wine and jewelry from the Rhineland, Frankia and Denmark were traded. There is evidence of coins from the known world as well. The garnets in the Saxon gold from the Staffordshire Hoard probably originated in Czechoslovakia and Sri Lanka, which gives an idea of the far reaches of world trade at the time.