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... rural roads and peaceful canals (which aren't as beautiful or historic as Amsterdam's but which have the benefit of not being cobblestone/crowded with delivery vans and scooters) and just love it! Utrecht has all the things I love about Dutch cycling design (intersections, separated cycle-tracks, protected intersections and a gentle but continual traffic-doesn't-stop flow) with the bicycle peace and quiet I found in ...
... well tolerated by everyone else. We arrived in Aalborg about 5.30pm so as soon as we had dropped our cases in our room we went for a walk along the foreshore to the old town. It was incredible the number of people out in the street and dining in outdoor restaurants. The sun is out and so are all the Danes. We eventually found a nice restaurant in the town square and ate chicken salads and wine in the pleasant early evening ...
... containing approx. 4 million cubic metres of sand. At its highest point it is 40m above sea level. It is still moving ENE towards kattegat at more than 15m per year.
We thought the Dune du Pilat nr Arcachon was the biggest in Europe, but that ...
... free WiFi spot outside a cathedral where we caught up with our social lives.
Finding free WiFi spots involves looking for groups of teenagers all sitting around and playing with their phones. If you can find this kind of group you will hit the jackpot every time.
From Aalborg we headed south to our campsite for the evening in a small village called Hobro. The campsite was quite rustic and out in nature overlooking a fjord. Unfortunately by this ...