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Onto Hobro which looked like a pretty scummy town / city but was our gateway to Fyrkat, the Viking Fortress and reconstructed farmstead. The fortress is from 980 in Harald Bluetooth's time (Google will tell you all about it if you're interested!) We had great fun wandering around the two sites, re-enacting the Viking ways! Back on the road to Auning for a two ...
... far. Tivoli was gorgeous. In the book, Annemarie comforts her sister that the bombs they hear are really fireworks at Tivoli. It's the second oldest theme park in the world. The Jewish Museum had several armed police men outside. This was strange to see, but they are there due to the recent anti-semitism in Europe. Denmark was the only country in Europe that helped to hide and smuggle out the Jewish people to Sweden, during the war (the irony of this is the Danes ...
... the immediate area stayed nearby in case there was an accident and they had to assist.
This was actually the second evacuation, one had occurred about 5 days before with the same military like precision ( in one of the photos you can see where the railing was laid flat so the helicopter could land).
So another day at sea.
Video Girl was getting a bit of cabin fever again, 48 hours on a ship and actually tomorrow ...
8 May - Staying next to Denmark's largest in land body of water; it has a 600Km cycle route around it...we set out to do 10 after parking up, but ended up doing 22Km after following Route 12 around the historical midden and bird sanctuary.
9 May - Yet again, the rains have come and we sit it out in GP watching the Hares, deer and rain until ...
... back on the train, where we sat next to a some folks who were helping out a wear refugee from Ukraine. It was really touching to see the Danes rally around him, one guy paid his train ticket to Copenhagen.
We were back in time for a great meal waiting for us by Katy O!