Castle Poulsen Denmark

    Day 1

    01 Day - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - Flight - Denver to Frankfurt, Germany

    Mother Nature has had us worried all week. Along with thousands of other travelers, we had been watching the news of the volcanic eruption in Iceland that grounded all European flights for 6 days.

    There really...

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    Day 02 - Sunday, April 25, 2010 - Frankfurt, Germany to Billund, Denmark

    The arrival time for our Denver Frankfurt flight was 11:45 but we had to park on the outer tarmac, quite a distance from the terminal. The shuttle bus took us to the terminal and from there we...

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    Day 03 - Sunday, April 26, 2010 – Billund, Denmark Legoland - Frederikssund, Denmark

    We began our morning at 8:00 after a good night’s sleep. We had breakfast with the Poulsen Family at 9:00 and were ready to check out by 10. When I went out to test the weather...

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    Day 04 - Tuesday, April 27, 2010 – Frederikssund, Denmark

    What a quiet night! Although you can see the fjord from the house you cannot hear the waves. We did hear the happy little birds just as the sun was coming up.

    Denmark is so far north, we had light...

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    Day 05 - Wednesday, April 28, 2010 – Frederikssund, Denmark

    We woke up to a beautiful sunny day. The weather was a cool 54º, the humidity was 76% and there was a slight breeze of 6 mph.

    After eating our breakfast we made sure we had all of our equipment...

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    Day 06 – Thursday, April 29, 2010 – Frederikssund, Denmark

    The fjord was very foggy when we woke up but it was not long before the weather began to warm up and it was sunny. We had a special breakfast of Danish pastries, but here in Denmark I guess they...

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Day 2: Goat Cave Karst Nature Preserve

The Preserve was set aside to buffer some of the ecologically sensitive karsts in the area from encroaching neighborhoods. Karsts are caves that feed directly into the Edwards Aquifer below ground.

Because the three caves can be dangerous to hikers and nonprofessional spelunkers, they are...

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