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... was the same as the princess of Denmark so as Juppa say a happy wife is a happy life, Dave bought enough for 12 people. Dave thinks that there was a little collusion going on. Dave has started to spend money. Juppa is leaving he has to meet friends this evening so the rest of us continue.
We take Ann to the physiotherapist and as we have about a half hour; we go pick up a quick lunch and a deli in a grocery store. Dave has a sausage on a bun and a coke, and gets on for ...
... unique objects collected from around the world.
After visit the castle we looked at an exhibit of fashion from the 18th century. There was even a piece of a dress from Marie Antoinette. That exhibit included a guillotine and explanation of the French Revolution.
It was then time for Melody to have some fun so we went to Park portion of the castle grounds. Melody became a Danish Knight by attending the ...
... but as we had a late lunch we waited and ate late. While waiting we walked down to the Ocean where they have a small cabin and had a drink and looked at the water. It was very peaceful. We went back up for supper. A wonderful meal of Roast. Potatoes and carrots and beans. It was take out from, what Jeppe calls the greats restaurant in Denmark, which was an old mill. WE are going there for supper tomorrow.
We then went to be with plans to go to Egeskov ...
... to have more time in Odense to cycle and test out the infrastructure, as well as experience the car driver and cyclist relationship.
After the guided bike ride, we proceeded to bike through the Odense Zoo. Although it was just through the backway, we saw the sweetest baby tiger siblings as well as their mom/dad. Baby megafauna are probably the cutest things alive. I decided today that I will get a baby tiger and bike it around in my basket. YES, BEST IDEA EVER.
... ready to face the day and the plan was to round off this area by visiting Odense, Denmark’s third largest city and the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen and the burial place for King Knut (Canute), more on that later.
The bus took us very speedily to the depot in Odense and we set off to find the tourist office and get our bearings. Our route took us over a park where there were gangs of workers erecting a stage in preparation for ...