Home is where I am
I really can't remember the details, but we walked around a lot and finally found some suitable smorrebrod. It was AWESOME.
Later at night, I crashed the speakers' dinner from TBEX. It was not appreciated. Haha.
By the time we got to Copenhagen, it was night time. Tessa and her mom met up with us and we walked around the red light district, near where our hotel is.
I knew there was a TBEX going on, so I crashed a party and then went around with some of the bloggers from there. I managed to score a light up Christmas hate, because it was the first day they were selling Jul beer. So they throw a big party and put suds in the fountains and things.
I woke up with retardedly awful stomach cramps today. I assumed they were from period times, but really I had no idea. I went to buy ibuprofen but that didn't really work, so I was miserable again... blah. Also, it was not period time, so I don't know what it was. We tried to find the Harry Potter festival, but that wasn't starting until night time. Then we went to an art gallery, which was mostly abstract. I liked the sculptures the best I think. Richard Mortensen I think is the famous Danish abstract artist. On the way to Copenhagen, dad made us get off a stop too early and then we were almost late for our last connection in Malmo. We would have been totally screwed if we didn't run to catch it. Also, my strange stomach sickness continued.
There is not a lot to do in Odense, besides things related to Hans Christian Andersen. It was where this person was born and grew up. So there are a million statues and a few parks with his name on them. We walked around looking at these things and really really old church that was burnt down in the 1000s and built back up again. There also was a crypt in the bottom with the remains of a few martyrs in there.
Niels sleeps until around 4 p.m. when he works the night before, so when he woke up, we took him out to dinner. Then I insisted we watch an old black and white Danish movie, which was awesome.
From Legoland, there was only that same bus and a couple of short trains to Odense, where we met our couchsurfer Niels at his work, the Arkaden, a huge night club with all you can drink happy hour for 95 krona for three hours... Niels doesn't drink... I wonder why....
Anyway, we were too tired for this, so we went to his place, threw our bags down and had some sort of turkish food for dinner, it was the only thing open.
In the morning, we walked around Tudern and Tessa's dad took us on a little drive around their old neighbourhood. We also did a lot of laundry and then boarded the night train for Vejle. We bought the cheap tickets, so we had a horrible ride there, barely sleeping, then we went straight to Legoland, which was not easy. I think it was two extra trains and then an hour long bus ride. There were some pretty cool rides there. One called "Power Builder" was awesome. You programmed your own ride on a chip card and then the guy put it in the machine, so everyone had a unique experience. I guess that's how you would describe it... maybe.
Dad took a million pictures of every single lego display.... and I was also freezing the entire time.