Trinity Hotel and Conference Center
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- Concierge desk
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- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Babysitting service
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... s a lot of money to be invested into ONE city. I would like to come back and visit in 2022 and see how much has changed. It was interesting that Odense was Denmark's first cycling city--I thought Copenhagen was the initial pioneer. When we were riding in the city, we were honked at about four different times. I didn't understand it--I wasn't honked at once in big city Copenhagen but four times here in Odense. So much for being the best cycling city in Denmark? I ...
... in 2015 from the country of Denmark!
During out time there, the traffic planners had amazing nuggets of wisdom that they shared with us! 1) Car drivers should appreciate cycle tracks, it means that cyclists are out of the way for their driving. 2) Painted bike lanes are only temporary until the cycle track is in place. 3) “Sharrows” do not exist in ...
... as well by free bike pumps and incentives for biking such as events and free repair stands. This is part of an aggressive campaign to help cyclists go longer distances, rewarding those that are "super cyclists", who bike significant distances to and from work each day. This shows that distance can be overcome with the motivation and infrastructure in place. This is especially encouraging since most US cities are quite spread out, and even those ...
... are everywhere, the drivers there though reminded me of home; honking, speeding, general disdain for the large group of bikers. I think it was interesting to see though because most of the places we all will plan won't be as happy and compliant with cyclists as in Copenhagen yet the efforts are still making a difference and things there are improving all around constantly. That gives me a bit of optimism.
After our trip a few of us went to ...
Today we are in Frederica. We are welcomed by a crowd of enthusiastic locals and a brass band. There was also some of the local military who let of 3 booming cannon blasts - we felt privileged to feel so welcome.
Our main tour of interest today is a visit to the viking town of Jelling. Fortunately for us we were treated to an historical lesson of the area by not ...