DAY TWENTY FOUR
We thought it is already the end of adventures, just boring way home ahead of us. Unexpectedly, we had a wonderful day!
We were still alone at the forest car park. The sun was up in the sky, so we ate breakfast on the table outside.
We were in Vadehavet park on Rømø Island. First, we went to the beach at the west end of the island. The road suddenly finished in the sand. Still, many car tracks were visible and many cars were parked in the distance. So we moved carefully through the beach. It was huge! As we learned later, the widest beach in entire Europe!
Then we drove to the south to find tourist information with the Internet. We came back to the center of the island and to the land.
Next direction – the beach in Skallingen. It wasn’t easy to get there. The road gradually narrowed until we barely fit in. It was dangerous to fell out from it as backwaters and peat bog surrounded us. Every few meters there were made road bays to pass another car. It was very windy on the beach, so our walk was quite short.
We reached Kolding in the evening. We met Lidiya there. She is my friend from Bulgaria. We’ve met in Copenhagen. She joined us thanks to gomore.dk. As in blabacar, people take passengers for a good price. We found forest parking similar to the one from the previous night, and after a long chat went to bed.
DAY TWENTY FIVE
After breakfast in the car, we went to Legoland! We arrived around 11 a.m. The tickets, to buy which we had to stay in the line, were not cheap – 329 DKK (47 euro). But we always wanted to visit Legoland. Especially, that we live in Denmark. The first impression was, that area of the park is not so big. However, we stayed there until 6 p.m. – closing time. And we didn’t explore all corners because there were often queues, not everything was interesting for us and we had to take turns in staying with Kaprys. We could walk with him around, but I couldn’t take him with me on any of the attractions.
Roller coasters didn’t impress us so much after experience from Tivoli ( an amusement park in Copenhagen), however, „Polar X-plorer” roller coaster evoked strong emotions (including screaming). That one was the most extreme. On my list of top attractions are also „X-treme Racers” and „Ice Pilots School”. Then Haunted House, where you can easily get lost in the labyrinth of mirrors and experience “air ride” at the end. Naturally, almost everything is made from LEGO bricks. 65 million of them were used to build the park. “Miniland” also deserves attention. It is a miniature town with canals, human and animal figures, moving vehicles and ships. There are among others Amsterdam, Bergen or Los Angeles. The most surprising for us were penguins. Alive! They have their bay next to the „Polar Pizza & Pasta” restaurant, where we stopped for a dinner at the end of the day. We could go inside with Kaprys. Food selection was not large but sufficient for us. Drinks were included in the price. And through the window, we could watch penguins, diving in water or resting on the shore.
Satisfied with food and sightseeing, we hit the road through the country. We drove Lidiya to Gadstrup, from where we had just 30 minutes to Rødovre. We took Kaprys for a walk and then we entered the house. Bricked one, not the one on the wheels. 😉
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