Radisson Blu H.C. Andersen Hotel, Odense
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... found were very upmarket food kiosks. We discovered a tres French stall selling duck confit sandwiches, and with a little red wine, all was right with the world. We strolled the Stroget back to our hostel, and noted how good it felt to be "home" after a few days away. The fact that it is 20 degrees warmer here doesn't hurt either.
Tomorrow is our last full day in Denmark, and Thanksgiving in the USA. We're not sure how we'll commemorate the holiday, but it will probably involve ...
Denmark seems to have a laid back feeling to it even though it's not really a big tourist destination. The Danish also seem to be very proud of their heritage, taking glory from the Viking era. They claim that much of the British language has been 'borrowed' from Danes, extending from the Viking period. I can't say I can understand any of their language so I am unsure which bits are 'borrowed'. ...
... We managed to choose a moment when it wasn't raining to leave the flat and go do a quick tour of Odense. Just like Copenhagen, it is very proud of H. C. Anderson. However, Odense has one up on the capital because H. C. actually grew up there, didn't just live in it for a while..... I've never seen so many references to the same person in one place before. Unfortunately my tour was cut short because of a heavy down pour, and ...
... kings and queens back to Harold the Bluetooth (not the one you stick in your ear). They are currently preparing the tomb for the current queen and consort. A little macabre. The other highlight of Roskilde are the viking ship pieces reclaimed from a nearby swamp. Much restoration has taken place. Onward to Odense over the Korsor to Nyborg bridge, a great engineering structure joining the two islands. A great meal in a 16th C ...
... it, it was quite a pleasant town which boasts lots of sculptures and statues and which also has a museum dedicated to old boats, all of which are still functional and indeed, are used for trips and regattas and the like. We enjoyed our brief excursion into the town and we liked many of the statues. Moreover, the facilities in the marina are very nice and modern so all in all, we would rate Svendborg as a good stopping over ...
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