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My daughter took my husband and me to Skagen in 2000 for a 2 day visit. It wasn't nearly enough time. She was an exchange student from Canada that year. Skagen was the first place she took us to. I can't get it out of my mind and I want to spend a summer there one year. The sooner the better. I LOVE SKAGEN. The …
Odense is a pretty little city with very friendly Danes. They all speak English and are happy to do so, unlike some other places I've visited. The Hans Christian Anderson museum is pretty interesting. You won't learn much about the fairy tales, but you'll get a feel for the man himself. He was pretty amazing! The …
Gudhjem is not the sleepy village it was twenty years ago. The grain storage building is gone now and the harbor area has a few more restaurants. The large open surface where fishermen used to repair their nets has not changed much. I can imagine my grandfather there as a boy, helping his father bring in the catch and …
I stayed in Thisted for three weeks in February 2007. I was part of a group of students from Ireland who were on work experience in Denmark. I worked at the Dragsbaek Centret. I met great people and had a wonderful time and loved every minute of my time in Thisted. I've never forgotten it and have a longing to return …
I visited Lemvig, Denmark, where my mom, my brother, and I lived with my grandparents until coming to the US. It was wonderful -- the original house is still standing -- the Danes are without a doubt the most gracious people on the planet!
Copenhagen - what a grooooooooovy city! Sex in the city!!! ;) And tequila in the tequilabar!
Copenhagen is the cultural and financial capital of Denmark and is also home to the Danish Royal Family. It is divided into the city center and several surrounding suburbs. If you are looking for a Copenhagen hostel, you might want to try finding one in the city center because that is where most of the attractions are …
The city of Horsens is located at the end of the beautiful Horsens Fjord, about two hundred kilometres from the Denmark's capital Copenhagen. The name of the town is believed to be connected with the breeding of a large number of horses in its early history, as "hors" is a Danish word for horse. Horsens is a lively …
Odense is a city on the island of Funen, which is part of Denmark. It is the 3rd largest city in the country (home to about 165,000 citizens), and a common place for travelers and backpackers traveling Scandinavia to visit. It is an old city (over 1,000 years), with a vibrant nightlife and a rich cultural heritage. …
The town of Kolding is located at the head of the fjord of the same name in the southern Denmark. Having somewhere around ninety thousand residents, Kolding is the seventh-largest city in Denmark and more importantly a crucial transportation and manufacturing spot for the region. Because Kolding is relatively small, it …