Scandic Jacob Gade
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... They are automatically boxed and picked up by a robot. In fact, we were walking through the pick-up robot’s path. When we were not paying attention, a robot would sneak up on us. If we were in its way, it would stop and wait for us to move.
The storage of the products was done in a robotically controlled storage matrix. They mold ten metric tons of ABS each day!!! It all works its way into this matrix. I would have assumed that ten metric tons would require a lot of ...
It was a short drive to Ry, a small town/village in central Denmark. Our hotel was beside a lake, which was very nice. Our room was rather palatial - a huge bedroom, and a separate lounge area. It was just timing - all the rooms were booked out on the Saturday, and very few on the Sunday. Because we were there both nights, we got the suite at no extra cost. We checked out the nearest town, Silkeborg while we waited for ...
... It became an important part of the defence of what we now know as modern Denmark as the boundary between it and northern Germany oscillated over the centuries.
It was burnt down and rebuilt a couple of times, the most recent about 200 years ago, some of which has not been restored apart from walkways to allow access.
We finished the day with a meal of tender veal at the hotel at Fredericia where we are staying the night. Scandinavia we have ...
Our "full" day at Legoland. Not a lot of rides for us "bigger " kids, but the ones that there were were fun. Only downside was the wait in queue and the rides were generally quite short. But certainly lots to look at while you wait. And there is Lego everywhere for the kids ...
... are we going to get summer, think Raewyn is wanting to head south for some sun & warmth. We can’t believe how old some of the churches are as they look so much younger and in perfect condition to the houses around them.
Tomorrow we are heading East then South to the island of Lolland to see if we can find any trace of Raewyn’s ancestors. A couple of bridges to cross including what the locals call the ‘big one’ from Funen to ...