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... we went, fortunately the doors opened so we drove out. It would be very inconvenient to be stuck in this lift. The car park was fairly cosy, but we able to squeeze into a park spot and then took our two small bags to the people lift to take us to the vestibule. Ha, if the car park was cosy we hadn't seen the lift yet, maybe only a 110cm square, we squeezed into it to go to hand in the card and catch another lift up to our room. A complicated procedure involving lots ...
... on a bay, the city has beautiful waterfront views and a bustling port, a very walkable central area, as well as beautiful parks and green areas. We were able to see the whole of the city from the top of the Aarhus art museum, in the Rainbow, an immersive art display where we were part of the art.
We also took a couple of days to see Skagen, the northern most point of Denmark which is famous for its special light. Only a few hours north ...
... on Victrix. We'd made their acquaintance during the excellent CA rally in Travemünde last year and we’d thoroughly enjoyed their company, which made us more determined to find a place to park the boat so that we could catch up again. It would be nice to hear other English voices, it’s been weeks and weeks since we met anyone else.
Fortunately, just as we were about to give up as by now we were right at the other end of the marina from Victrix and had run out ...
... returning, but alas it was hidden from view by the trees.
Once inside the church we found a good history predating the Reformation. The interesting designs on the walls were painted over and not until a renovation in the 1990s, were they restored as much as possible.
As in ...
... on my father's side, Elbridge Gerry Fendall (1860-1926) married Anna Sophia Christensen (1865-1944). Anna was the daughter of Hans Christensen (1828-1907) and Karen Kristine Petersen (1830-1920). Hans was born in Thorslunde, Kundby Parish, Holbaek Co., Denmark, near Copenhagen. After their marriage in 1854, Hans and Karen emigrated to America in 1858, landing in New York City. Hans was in turn the son of Christen Jorgensen (1784-1858) ...