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After The Storm – Kerteminde Harbor


After Lundeborg, Lars and I went to the north of Funen, to Kerteminde. Kerteminde harbor is a place we have visited before. In different seasons and weather conditions. In winter, when the sea was frozen. At Sankt Hans Aften, when there were bonfires everywhere. In summer, when people were having a stroll and eating and drinking outside. This time, it…

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After The Storm – Lundeborg


During the first weekend of November, Lars and I were in Denmark. A severe autumn storm had passed the week before and we were very curious to see our favorite places again (and some new ones). Our first stop was Lundeborg. If you have been following this blog for some time, you know that this is one of our favorite…

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And Then The Sun Came Back


Our next destination at the Bodensee was Lindau. Lars and I had reached the eastern side of the lake, which meant we first had to cross the Swiss-Austrian border and then the Austrian-German one. Lindau itself is not only a town, but also an island, which is connected to the mainland via a bridge and a railroad. It is quite…

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Starting In The Garden Of Calves


Last year, Lars and I experienced the festivities of Sankt Hans Aften on the island of Funen, where his mother lives. Lars was a bit disappointed. He didn’t know anything about the local traditions and was unaware of some important details. For example: he didn’t know at what time the bonfires started. Or if there were any bonfires. We ended…

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Finding Tranquility Again


If you are new to the blog, you probably don’t know where Fyns Hoved is located. It’s the most northern point of Funen (the island where we always stay). There is something about this place that attracts me very much. I have been here numerous times, in different seasons and at different moments of the day. In very good and…

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Black and White Morning


On a cloudy Sunday morning in May, Lars and I went back to Belgium. We had a short stop in the harbor of Fredericia. The town owns its name to Frederick III, who founded it in the 17th century. Fredericia is located close to the bridge that links Jutland with Funen. Since we cross this bridge very often, we had…

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The Harbor of Grenå


You may have wondered what happened to us this week… I actually have been struggling with a nasty stomach bug and Lars has been busy with taking care of me and with the planning of our summer trip. Today is the first day that I actually feel well enough to do some blogging. Anyway, back to Grenå. Since it’s located at…

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Nyborg Harbor


Lars’s mother lives very close to the harbor of Nyborg, so we often go there for a walk. This is not exactly an industrial harbor; most of the boats are yachts and pleasure boats in all shapes and sizes. It’s just a pity that this whole area is being invaded by expensive apartments. Every time Lars and I come here…

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