Radisson Blu H.C. Andersen Hotel, Odense
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Travel Blogs from Odense
Picked up Europcar, 15 minutes walk from hotel, and drove to Roskilde. Degree of difficulty? Well you do drive on the right-hand side of the road, there are cyclists all over the place, it is a manual car, the road signs are in Danish and the maps are tricky to read at the best of times. (Oh, how I missed my Sat Nav!). Never-the-less we did finally arrive in Odense. Roskilde was fascinating. The main cathedral was the burial place for ...
... a few days, as there is no sign of life and the sticker signifying payment is good until 23d.
We’d done a quick laundry whilst we were in RudkÝbing so as soon as were were settled, we hung the damp washing over the guard rails and decided to wait until it was dry before we explored the town, given that the clouds were quite threatening at times. Again, when the sun did actually break through, it was really quite hot, ...
Well, as predicted, it was a pretty poor day, with rain, drizzle, wind from the wrong direction and cool – in short, with absolutely no reason that I can think of to warrant leaving the comfort of this cosy little harbour.
On days like today there is precious little to report. We mooched around until the afternoon and then donned our ...
It rained during the night and this morning was quite a soggy one but the promise was for an improving situation during the day, with the weather worsening again tomorrow afternoon. We'd really enjoyed our stay here in Kerteminde but it was time to move on and we planned to leapfrog Nyborg and stop in the small harbour of Lundeborg on Fyn, about 27 miles away. By the time we were ready to depart, the rain had more or less over and our fishing friend was out there again and ...
... we did that we spent time in the museum itself, which gave the history of the site and had artefacts and also, a mock-up of the boat, complete with mannequins, which made the interpretation of the relic itself very easy. Also, they had reconstructed the face and body of a Viking woman, who's skeleton was unearthed from another nearby (less important, no ship) mound and this model again, helped paint a picture of life and the people that lived here then. In short, a ...
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