Scandic Bygholm Park
Travel Blogs from Horsens
... was comfortable yet perplexing in its additional costs and rules- especially as we had already thought the two-night stay was going to cost us an arm and a Lego (thanks, Pete Fitzpatrick for the pun!)...Bed linen, water and electricity all cost extra and while we can't speak yet for the utilities, it cost us 430DKK (about $85AUD) to hire some towels and sheets (as we were unlikely to include ...
This was our first one night stop. We had breakfast in the hotel then parked our luggage in the hotel's luggage room before walking to Legoland. Tom was like a lttle kid – grinning as we explored. Legoland turns out to be a mixture of an adventure park (aimed at smaller children) and stunning displays of Lego structures. Tom declined to go on any of the rides but we think we saw everything there was to see, ...
... bread rolls earlier in the morning which we added cheese, meats and jam. I love the easy to use cheese slicer which I'll get for back in Oz.We headed to Aldi to check out the local supermarket where the prices were so cheap. Then to Anders' boat which he sails up the Mariager fjord or to Aalborg. As the water was choppy we caught up with John and had lunch at the marina where he moors his sail boat. The ...
... the bridge down, defeat the Vikings and ending the occupation of London. There is some speculation that the nursery rhyme "London Bridge is Falling Down" stems from this incident.
This is the Danish version of the Rhyme: Pretty Similar!
London Bridge is broken down. —
Gold is won, and bright renown.
... teary, because being with my little brother had reminded me of the times with my sister.
I knew this would happen, because this family is part of my life in Australia.
But, contrary to all the (joking around) fights we had in Australia, Jakob was so good at comforting me.
Thankyou Jakob!! You're awesome!
Then, I went to bed and watched Danisnotonfire...which brings me to now.