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... a bit, continuing to the newly developed reclaimed area on the waterfront. Again another massive construction project building thousands of flats on brand new land. Eventually we made our way back to camp for an early night and some top ramen made in the microwave.
Malmö and Sweden are connected to Denmark via a huge bridge leading to Copenhagen. The train takes about 20min so it would be a sin not to spend at least a day ...
... I don't think he's going anywhere soon. We still got to roam around the fortress, which was on the higher end of interesting as far as fortresses go. It appeared that the weather was beginning to take a turn for the better. So much so that I grabbed an ice cream cone before hitting the road again. The break in the weather was only fleeing as rain started really coming down in buckets as we drove south towards Malmo. The Swedish must be much more used to this as I was in the ...
... I can remember to do it.
Another interesting thing about Billund was the place where we stayed, which is called the LaLandia Resort. Most people seem to drive to Billund; we took a train, and then a bus. The bus drops you off at the main entrance. Across the street is an airport, and just to the side of the airport, hulking in the distance, you can see the enormous bulk of the main building of LaLandia. I hardly know how to begin to describe ...
Right... Where to start? Coming in from the airport, Copenhagen looks incredibly clean, 'Nordic' (not sure there is another word - just very neat and well-organised). Getting to the city centre is sooo easy - buy a ticket while waiting for your luggage, choosing from 3 options, and off you go! Munich - take note... I get off at Norreport (only finding out later that getting off one station earlier would have been closer) and find that the Danes take ...
... I'll try to get some pictures of the microscope to put up here, it's cool looking.
So that pretty much sums up my very busy week! Friday was spent counting capsids (there were over 1000 to count!!) and writing a report. This weekend I've mostly been reading and look a little bike ride. But it's still cold and rainy so I haven't gotten out much. I feel kinda bad about that...gotta start exploring!
Until next time,