Scandic Bygholm Park
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... who was very personable. She took us to Odense, which is the birth place of Hans Christian Anderson. They are extremely proud of him in Denmark - humble beginnings, of course, and a bit of an odd duck - he did know success in his lifetime, but he was a hypochondriac who never married because he always developed crushes on married women! The town of Odense is just lovely - old cobblestone streets and lots of ...
... good ankles because of the cobblestone streets.
Bicycles are a major means of transportation. They have separate lanes and traffic lights. Storage facilities are available at the train stations.
The apartment is very pleasant and it was nice to take a bit of a breather today after our trip into town. We caught up on laundry and sorted out a few of our future reservations.
Tomorrow we are back on the ...
Today was a lazy morning start after a long day yesterday. We met up with Anne after lunchtime and went shopping a little bit. We had found a Viking museum nearby, and we walked to that in the only time in the afternoon that it seemed to rain. It was raining pretty hard, and by the time we got to the museum, we were pretty wet.
The museum was pretty small, but it was well done, and free, so we were all happy with that. The museum had everything in English for me as ...
... successful, they seemed to be caught eventually. There was one prisoner who sent the head prison guard a Christmas card at Christmastime after his escape, but the next line in his story read that he later died in jail. There was another prisoner who sent a year digging a 19m long tunnel and escaped, leaving a note saying 'where there's a will, there's a way'. Apparently he also died in jail.
There was another prisoner who attempted escape, but ...
... day. I understood why the weather had been so unpalatable over the week-end: we had missed a massive storm by one day. This came down on Denmark and northern Germany with all its might while I was heading south.
P.S. To the German speaking people: I will keep most of the blog entries descriptions in English since it is the common language between us all.