Having biked in the US all my life, where biking makes you a "rebel" making a political statement, it felt very strange to suddenly be in
in a context in which cycling made you a normal person. For myself, I think I have come to realize that I am willing to make that identity change for the trade-off of living in a bike friendly society.
I stayed in
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 sometime.
I went to
two summers ago travelling with the Blue Lake Fine Arts Band (a camp located in MI, US) and it was so wonderful! I loved the view off the coast at the northern-most tip. All in all, I had a wonderful time and spending a summer there sounds like a great idea.
I fell in love with
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 streets of Odense are beautifully maintained. Watch out for bikes, there are thousands! Walk or bike alongside the river in summertime, it's beautiful! In August Odense hosts the 'Odense International Film Festival'. Most films are either in English, or have subtitles. And it's FREE! In a nutshell, I found Odense well worth the visit.
Christiania is absolutely sh*t. If you are not drug addicted avoid going there. Go to Nationalmuseet instead. It's free and definitely one of the best museums ever seen around the world. Supermarkets are not more expensive than in Italy. Two complete days are more than enough for
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