If you want to have a summer holiday outside of Jutland, I have many suggestions of things you can do which are FREE! You can have a summer holiday on a budget!!
1. Går igennem den hyggelige by af Odense og kigger efter H.C. Andersen ting... såsom hans papirsklip, hans statue og gaden hvor har boede!! Pris--GRATIS!
1. Walk through the hyggelig town of Odense and look for H.C. Andersen things... such as his paper clip, his statue, and the street where he lived!!! Pris--FREE!
2. Besøg Amalienborg Slot og ser kongeliglivegarde arbjeder! Du kan stå op til 1 metre fra gardene ...og 1 metre fra dronnings hus! Pris-GRATIS!
2. Visit Amalienborg Slot and watch the Royal Guard work! You can stand up to 1 yard from the guard...and 1 meter from the queen´s house! Price-FREE!
3. Skynd dig for at besøge Lillehavfrue fordi hun vil rejse til Kina i april 2010 og vil ikke komme tilbage til november 2010. Husk--hun er den mest besøgt dame i verden Pris-GRATIS!
3. Hurry to visit the Little Mermaid because she will travel to China in April 2010 and will not be back in Denmark until November 2010. Remember--she is the most visited lady in the world! Pris-FREE!
4. Søg efter "den grimme ælling" langs med vanden.... og hvis du er heldig, vil du måske finde FIRE grimme ælling! Pris- GRATIS!
4. Look for "the Ugly Duckling" along the water... and if you are lucky, you might find FOUR Ugly Ducklings! Price- FREE!
5. Gå til Nyhavn, sid på kanalen og "se på mennesker"! Pris-GRATIS! (undtagen hvis du bestemmer at have en øl!!)
5. Go to Nyhavn, sit along the canal, and "people watch"!! Price- FREE! (except if you decide to have a beer!!)
6. Frederiksborg Slot er mit yndlingssted i Danmark og det koster penge for at gå i og se slottet, men det koster igenting at gå igennem Frederiksborg Slots Have. Haven er åben senere end slottet og er et perfekt sted at cykle eller gå (og holder hænder sammen med din kæreste!)
6. Frederiksborg Castle is my favorite place in Denmark and it costs money to visit the castle, but it costs nothing to walk through Frederiksborg Castle´s Garden. The garden is open later than the castle and it is a perfect plan to ride your bike or walk (while you are holding hands with your love!)
The ugly ducklings! So cute! LOL. Great tips for anyone visiting Europe, there's so much that you can do for free! Really saves money for beer with dinner after a day of walking. ;) The gardens at the castle are lovely, wonderful photos!
I think the Fredericksborg Garden was covered in snow when we visited the Castle in late November. We must go back on our next trip. It is beautiful.
You can also visit many of the old mound burials for free. And go hiking in the Mols. Or climb the tower at the highest point of Denmark. And visit Hjemmelbjerg (though you can't climb that tower for free). And, although it costs gas money, you can go up north in Jutland and see: the sand church, the wandering dunes and stand at the northernmost tip of Denmark with one foot in the Baltic and one foot in the North Sea (that one really impressed my family... they didn't think it would, but it sure did).
Oh.. I do so love that castle! And is that a maze in the last photo? My favourite!
I have one to add to your list...
1) stay at the Norgaard Inn :-D
Oh...and nice models...
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