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Everyone was up early and we stored everyone's bags in my room. We were escorted to another building for breakfast. Mmmmmmmm, meat and cheese!!!! Northern Europeans know how to do breakfast!!!!
We were escorted through the residential area between the hostel and the train station on a zig-zag route. We were assured it was a short cut. Hmmmm. We arrived in enough time to catch the bus to Billund. After an hour ride, we arrived at the Lego World Headquarters.
While we ...
... many ramparts used during the war with Sweden. The city lost but it gave Copenhagen the knowledge on how to build their ramparts to win. The crosswalks signs for people to cross are made of little soldiers. We next went to the only Jewish cemetery in Frederecia some of these gravestones are centuries old and when a tombstone falls over you are not slowed to touch it. We finished off the tour with another stop at the ramparts to see some ...
... wanted to visit a concentration camp, so B.B. was the most convenient. None of the camp is left, as all the area it covered is now in woodlands which you can walk through.
There is a memorial building with an industrial, minimalist concrete design, where there are no signs for quiet, but everybody was whispering or silent while taking in the static and audio visual displays.
Bergan Belsen's most famous internee was probably Anne Frank, whose ...
... with while they wait. We went back to our room just after lunch for a break .... well a nap really.... we're getting old, Eh. Back to the rides and stayed till almost closing time .... which is 8pm. We really had a Great time. Yes Christine, you were right.... it was a lot of ...
... is somewhat like a catch-all vocational school for the students who fell out of the traditional system. They educate students in textiles (their fully stocked knitting and sewing room looked like the inside of a Michael’s), graphic design, cooking, woodwork, music, etc. usually on commission in hopes that their students will be hired by local companies. They also have apprenticeships where students can get certified in whatever field they are studying in ...