Trinity Hotel and Conference Center
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... br> Odense is also famous for the third of Denmark's water castles, Egeskov, having visited the first two Frederiksborg and Kronborg yesterday. However the castle is 30 kms outside of town, and the connecting rail line only runs hourly in each direction. This would mean if I went it would just be ...
Denmark was a lot of fun.
We woke up really, really early ( it was still dark!) we had a little breakfast which involved: some cereal and a croissant. After a little driving we arrived at the airport where we dropped off the hire car and went on the airplane to Denmark! After a short one hour flight we got picked up by Folmer and Anna (my great aunt and uncle) and had a little picnic. After that we drove to Legoland!
I was amazed at how many Lego figures there ...
When we got to Denmark we got picked up by Folmer and Anna. Folmer looks just like Far Far. They took us straight to Legoland. I loved it there. It had lots and lots of Lego there. I loved the Haunted house and the polar bear roller coaster.
We had a party for Signe and I ate some corn and the dog ate some corn. By the way it was actually cow corn. I picked corn from the fields and had a Corn Company ...
... On to Odda next - once voted Norway's ugliest town. It wasn't great but I don't think it would have won that accolade in most countries. We stayed at a campsite which was pretty rubbish, a nice setting on a lake but poor facilities. We're becoming quite discerning campsite customers now. The next day we drove through an 11km long tunnel under the icefields and were a little gutted to find a £15 toll once we got through to the other ...
... to Jelling we visited a centuries old church and two mounds, one north and of the church and the other south. In 1704 Fredrick IV undertook the first known excavation in Jelling. By 1820 some Jelling farmers chanced a burial chamber in the north mound. Fredrick VII undertook excavation in the south mound in 1861, It was carried out by his men from the royal ...