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Alborg: Walk to Nibe : Part 1

June 24th, 2009 admin No comments

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am kind of fond of walking long distances. Means in the 10s of kilometers range or 2/3 hours continuous – not running end to end of the country! . In Bangalore i have tried walking from Majestic to Indiranagar/ IndiraNagar to Koramangala. MG road to Airport road via Indiranagar etc. Why IndiraNagar coming up as a common factor in all these walks?. Yeah i used to live there for some 3+  of 4 years of my Bangalorean existance. Pretty nice place, but i think now got temporaririly trashed by the Metro construction.

So why not try a long walk in Alborg. Well i did that on a weekend in 2007 oktober. It was another nice experience to see the landscape of Danmark in my own pace.  It was some 20+ Kms walk from Alborg to a nearby coastal town called Nibe in the Western side of Danmark. It is not  a proper coast but coastal to the LimsFjord which bifurcates NordJylland (Nordth Jutland) from the Jylland peninsula.

I had the route in mind, well i checked in google maps and the Danmark map. There are 2 ways one the NyNibeVej (New Nibe Road) which is some kind of busy high way- which obviously is not very safe for the pedestrians. I was living in ScheelsmindeVej in Alborg SydVest (South West) at the time. So the idea was to walk along HobroVej – Most of the road names in DK specifies where it leads to . Hobro is a place away from Alborg and Hobrovej will take you to Hobro, Ultimately :) – reach Skalborg which is a shopping mall area of Alborg where the Alborg Storcentre and BILKA is situated, turn right to NibeVej and walk straight. You will touch a few small towns (2/3) and finally reach the main road which leads to Nibe. And yes. At the main road, the NyNibeVej will meet the Nibevej. :). Then walk along to reach Nibe town, coast etc. Not very very intersting, but it is kind of a challenge.

first a few photos from Alborg.  :)

ScheelsmindeVej, Alborg SV

Another reason why i chose Nibevej to reach Nibe is, it has been marked as Margueriteruten in the Danmark  turist kort(Tourist map). Marguerit routes are  apparently some scenic routes in the Dansk country side. Any way it is marketing the Den Danske Turisme , i decided to check out what is that altogether. Margueriteruten are marked in the road signs by a brown daisy (i guess it is a daisy/ is it a marigold??)

First of the Kronas

So i started from Scheelsmindevej around 9AM and started by walk to Skalborg along the Hobrovej. I remember that it was rather cold in the 10-15c rance. Well . well .. that it  is pretty cold is pretty evident so as not to be mentioned but at that time i was just a month old in DK so was in the process of getting used to the weather. I got in to one of the Kiosks (Convenience store) in a gas station in Hobrovej and sampled the things. I decided to have some dark chocolates (that is another bad habit that you can get from DK, you get addicted to chocolate/gummies/icecreams/juices and lots of it are available for cheap (comparitive) prices almost everywhere) and some hot coffee to get some Varme. Took the chocolates and went to the counter and asked for the coffee. The counter boy tells me , that is 15Kr per cup – do i still wanna have it?. I say Ja!.

Got out of the Kiosk and walked to Skalborg where i turned to the right to Nibevej.

2 Zoner KippeKort . Bus card used in Nordjylland transport system.

The 2nd pic above is a 2 Zoner NT “KlippeKort” transport card which is used in the Nordjylland transport system. Trains and busses alike. You punch  the Kort in a machine for the number of zones you wish to travel.Almost all of Alborg is in Zone1/2 (including the Airport) and you get this in any store :).

Coming back, the Nibevej appeared to be rather straight and there was a pedestrian and cycle trail running along the road for a while. Later it all coalesced it to a single straight straight road. The land scape of the region is majestic but a lot recurring (shh..if not a little boring). Long winding meadows and fields with little houses – which look like like doll houses- scattered in between.

I passed a small town called Frejlev after walking a long distance from Skalborg. It looked like a minature version of Alborg with a small centrum,a church and a convenience store (i think it was a SPAR). I moved on and reached another town called Stor Restrup. If you classify the place names in DK, the ones ending with “up” are very common. Just look at the maps. The copenhagen airport is called Kastrup. Another examples near to Alborg will be Klarup, Gistrup etc etc. Everyday i used to ride the 2K bus to Gistrup :). Huh .. digressing again!! back! . Store Restrup , Store means BIG. :). So it is likely that there is a Restrup as well. I passed a curious wood works factory sign in Restrup.

Walk more and more  and reached another small town called Sønderholm. There i rested in the bustop for a while and had chocos and juice. Sønderholm, It kind of means “Island in the South”. Holm is Island.  Holm is also a surname in some Danish families. Some danish surnames are related to the geography of the place where the family originated. A Holm’s family might have originated in an Island. There there are the Dahls. Dahl or Dale means “Valley” in Danish. So it is some family that lived near a valley.

I started from Sønderholm after sometime ( i just checked the bustimings also), walked and walked to reach a right turn which brought me to Ny Nibe Vej.

Ny Nibe Vej is  a busy highway. There ain’t many houses along the road but it is marked by large fields , meadows with horses and … Windmills. I saw a few little horses in a pen and went to them. They looked friendly. I am not very used to horses and it is the first time i am this (arm’s length) away from one. There was  a little poney whose mum was also pretty little and in another pen there was a majestic black Stallion. I took some photos and continued to Nibe.

..contd

ps: for some reason i am not able to post pics from facebook after the upgrade to WP2.8.. sigh…

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Bergen: Winding up

June 19th, 2009 admin No comments

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After the Myrdal Voss adventure , there wasn’t much to do in there. I mean there were a lot of possibilities of getting out, but i was tired. The travel was not very planned.  Another problem was the lack  of proper nourishment. :). I was surviving on fruits from 7/11 and juice !. Added to that i was exerting a lot by walking along the rather hilly landscape of the city which is very very intensive physical torture! . Elena on the train had told me that she jogs up the hill everyday , and i had even seen some people doing that! .But iam not used to it. Walking is fine , but not trekking all the time. :).

Food:  Mainly 7/11 :). Once i went to a small shopping street called Marken near the railway station. There i found a Kebab shop run by a Kurd guy. That was good. I had a Stor Kylling Rulle-Kebab which is a large Chicken Roll. 100 NOK!. wow money just leaks out of you. I had a chat with the Kurd guy who was  was the all-in-all in the shop. He told  – pretty emphatically- that he had just been given Norwegian citizenship. ” I can live as long as i want here”. But his family is still in Kurdistan, so he looked sad. Immigration due to the the homeland falling apart is the saddest thing that can ever happen to a human being. will be talking about my observations (not my opinion)on the immigrants in that i found will be a seperate post. Yeah . coming back, Montana gives an option order Pizza.Anyway since i am not particularly fond of Pizza, i didn’t try it. There was breakfast in Montana, which was pretty good – i mean, if you like typical european breakfast as I do :).

I wanted to take the photo of Bryggen in the night, but that was a tough call since the sun is gonna set at 11 PM and i’d really mind walking back to Montana in the midnight, that too freezing. I missed it.!. I walked around the city again , revisiting the places . Went to the tourist bureu and got some more NOKs by exchanging the USDs. I had got some USD while arriving in DK. Some of which i exchanged at Kastrup Nordea, some in the Alborg Valuta exchange and now some in Bergen. Hmm .. i am distributing widely.

The monday was too unventful. i checked out and went to the city. Spent some time in Bryggen and other places. Had a nice lunch at a restaurant  and got back the the Airport by catching the FlyByssen service . NOK 50 gone.!

It was pretty early i’d say  and probably waste of time. Had to spent a lot of time in the Airport. I found a lot of American tourists in the airport, mainly old people who have come on a group vacation. They are curious lot, with name tags and moving along in groups of 2 always.

In short. i bought an appelsin juice, a Rosdal spring water and waited and waited for the flight to CPH, finally checked in got in to the flight and reached CPH by 7PM and another long wait in CPH and catch the Alborg flight back home.

Bergen, the trip was excellent . It was my first trip and i started in high tension , anxious mode. But it went on very good . The decision to take the train trip to Myrdal was excellent i’d say and Bergen kept me pretty busy with my camera too

~D

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Bergen:Astounding Voss

June 8th, 2009 admin No comments

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Using google maps to give the reader a fair idea of the geography of the place. The most remarkable landscape of Norway are the Fjords (fyords) which are spectacular inlets of sea in to the land. As it can be seen in the map, the whole landscape is crisscrossed with the Fjords.Try zooming in/out to the map and check in the terrain mode as well.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fjord

The rail from Myrdal to Voss is along a narrow fjord which is wonderful i’d say. Seeing is the only way to explain. I took some photos through the train window. But i think the best way to see the place is to take a drive  so that you can stop where ever you want to have a good look.

Again i had the whole compartment all for myself – free to sit  wherever i can have a good look at the scenery.Took the ticket to Voss from the conductor ( I think it cost me a few hundred Kroner). Naturally there is no crowd on these parts of the world, more over it was a National holiday – Pinsdag in Danish. Whit Sunday is the more common name for that. Even monday was a holiday since  it was a Whit Monday. So altogether all the places where rather people-less.

I got down at Voss- which is another small station with a Hotel very near by. It is a Fjord Pass hotel. A Fjord pass is a discount card which gives you access to many hotels in the Norwegian attractions.

Voss is seated in a mountain valley. In fact the very famous Hardanger Fjord is accessible from Voss. The view of the mountain and a big lake makes Voss a special place. It appeared to be a common place for campers and adventure seekers. I saw many camping trailers (campingvogns) and even a camping area.

There is an adventure club in Voss which conducts para jumping from the mountain – but you jump in to the lake :) . I saw the skillful jumpers steering clear ( that was amazing!) of the lake and landing on the banks. Not so skillful ones went straight in to the lake. There is also provision for parasailing ( i have done that in Bangalore) over the lake where you get tugged along by a boat. :). That should be very exciting – nevertheless rather scary as well .

I passed the camping area to get on to a suspension bridge (very shaky one) over a river (or was that part of the Fjord?) and got on to the other side with a lot of summer houses. Walked along a few roads – but the roads were rather narrow and i had no idea in mind where to go but just carried on. The view of mountains was very exciting indeed.

I returned along the bridge again to the camping area near the lake. The banks looked murky or rather a little dirty. I saw something like a theater on the lake banks -  some kind of curious construction. Later i got out of the camping are to the main road, walking along some trees. There was a  church on the way where people were just leaving after the Pinsdag service. Native Norwegians in their black ,red and white traditional dress. For some reasons(unexplained) i have never seen a Danish traditional dress or rather people wearing it during any festival . May be i wasn’t at the right place at the right time to see the right stuff.

Reached the main road and walked along for some time. Being a sunday most of shops etc were closed. And due to this pinsdag holiday even the restaurants were closed. Later i found a chinese restaurant which was open and had lunch there. Had a little doubt whether the Danske Card will be accepted there ( I needed the change NOK  for the train fare). Anyway nothing happened and i paid by card and got out. It is a chinese restaurant + a hotel run by a Chinese family. Hmm .. Chinese are everywhere and running pretty upscale businesses indeed. The interior decoration of the restaurant was great.

Nothing more to see, so i caught the next train back to Bergen.

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Bergen: Aboard the Norges StatsBaner

June 5th, 2009 admin No comments

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On Sunday i decided to take a break from the city and travel east towards Oslo (not to Oslo) by Train. The train Norwegian train comp is the NSB – Norges StatsBaner (Norwegian States Rail). The Bergen Oslo route is said to be one of the most scenic of all rail journeys.

Bergen is a terminus – means the rail ends there . I looked at the city map for the JernebaneStasjon and it is very near the Sentrum at a walking distance. There is a small shopping street called Marken  in the Sentrum and the station is just behind that.

I reached there around 9AM and the Oslo Tog was ready on the first platform. Bergen is not a very very big station. A medium one. You can see the trains on the platforms while on the ticket counter/ waiting room. Unlike Kobenhavn H / Arhus where the station is above the platform level and you got to take the elevator down.

At the ticket counter you got to take a queue ticket ( token) and wait for your turn. The station was almost empty save one person buying ticket in the counter and another middle aged lady waiting for her turn.

It was a close call since the train was just ready to go and the person at the counter was taking much more time (he was talking to the counter person rather) .The train blew a whistle and me and the lady shared an anxious look. Then “tak tak tak” she ran to the train.. i stood there for a moment and ran off to the platform . It is possible to buy tickets from the conductor in Danish trains although i have never tried that out. Anyway i was sure that She didn’t have a ticket, so it is highly likely that i should be able to buy ticket from the train itself.

Anyway i had a moment to ask the conductor -who was outside and looked like  Obelix- whether i can buy tickets from him. I am not sure whether he understood me . he asked – in a rather gruff voice-”Are you in the Norway in a Nutshell trip?” . I said No. “Where do you want to go” , I said Myrdal (which is some station that i found in the map).He said “Okay..Just get in” and i jumped straight in.

NSB trains are corridor type, you can walk all along the train.  There are 2 types of seating, you can find some seats just after getting in near the doors/ conductors area. And there is a cabin rows of seats etc etc. I got in to the cabin and found that most of the seats are reserved – Anyway i saw the lady at the counter seated outside the cabin and there was a vacant seat in front of her. By that time the train had started , so i went and sat down on the vacant seat.

I still had the doubts on the ticket, so i decided to ask the co-passenger lady. I asked in english ..err .. she can’t understand much! . probably its my accent. So i asked in broken Danish, Kan Jeg Koeb billet i togen. Ok. the word “billet” which is dansk for ticket,struck. Danish and Norwegian are highly related. She told me – in english- that i can ofcourse buy ticket in the train. Infact she did buy tickets herself and showed me the tickets.

We had a casual chat. She is a Bergen resident and going to her summer cottage (sommerhus) in the mountains to join her husband. Has 4 kids and she works as a kindergarten teacher etc etc.And her name is Elena (or Yelena?)  It is strange connection that most of the people whom i talked with in trains were teachers of some sort. Probably it has to deal with the profession , teachers have to be communicative and connect instantly with people.

later the conductor came to me and asked Myrdal ehh?  hmm ..he remembered! . He fished out his PDA and instantly gave me the ticket and i handed over the NOK. NSB train officials have a different gear , with a PDA and coin stack on their belt. The coin stack infact looks like bullet :) on the belt.

I felt a lot relieved after buying the ticket and kept on watching the scenery and at times conversing with my co-passenger. The scenery is excellent, the snow kept getting more and more as we gained altitude. Water falls, gorges, mountains, rapids, bridges and what not.!. It is a some thing worth seeing and quite unexplainable.

Elena went to the bristo in the train to have a coffee . ” I have to wake up“  well that is the most common excuse for the coffee addiction. She came back with some chocolates and gave it to me . Orange flavoured chocos – the taste of summer.

The train reached a station called Voss – which is very famous for adventure sports, i had read in some websites. I decided to get down in Voss while getting back. A few more stations , the snow started increasing from sparsely snow covered to fully snowy. Elena said there was a snow storm last week but now the snow is melting.  After a while the train  reached Myrdal and i bade farewell to Elena and got down. I remember the parting words “All the best and have a good life” .. Nice lady! . I’ll remember her for ever.

The first step in to Myrdal (dal means valley) and it was FREEZING!

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Bergen: The BergenHus

June 4th, 2009 admin No comments

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Bergenhus ( Bergen house) is a fort situated near the Sentrum. I have seen such Hus’es all over Scandinavia , and i think in the older times provided a military fortification for the city. Similar ones are in Malmo,Oslo and even in Alborg ( although it is a little one comparitively).

Nowadays it seemed to be like a cantonement area occupied by the Norwegian military.Some places are “Adgang forbudt” but there are enough places to roam around.

May is an excellent time to visit – perfect weather and  and very green due to the start of the bloom season

One observation that i made on the Norwegian attractions is , some places are very dangerous. There are no barricades where people can potentially fall off  a high ledge! . You can walk over the BergenHus high compound wall which is very very high and made of solid rock. Anyway i did find some warning signs in English,Norsk and _CHINESE_  :) . Yeah, you can find a lot chinese tourists all over europe now a days. curious looking people who swarm the place “running” about  with cameras – click-click-click.  :).

I did see some curious looking pruned trees . It was very nice to walk along the “corridor” made by those trees.

Think i stayed and roamed around in BergenHus for some one hour. Felt hungry and tired . So decided to get back to Montana after buying some fruits from a 7-11. The Bergen 7-11 has a lot of vareity as compared with the Alborg one. Much more fast food – thai and indian variants.

So thats about the BergenHus visit.

~D

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Bergen: Det Hanseatiske Museet

June 2nd, 2009 admin No comments

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The Hanseatic Museum.

This is another attraction in Bergen which should not be missed. :). A museum with a difference – unlike other museums,  this is just a preserved house from the middle ages. Another place where you get just transferred to a different age almost instantaneously.

The museum is arranged in 2 floors. There was an entry fee (i think it was 50NOK) and the Bergen Kort is not an entry pass :). You enter through the left of the counter ,walk along the marked path and get out from the other side of the counter.

Again, Like the Bryggen , it is 100% wooden and pretty crude in the finer details. The entry is in to a rather large room showing  a few machinery which is used to compress the fish :) . I even saw an old dried Cod ( that is a major catch) hanging from the ceiling.

I roamed around took a few photographs, it was pretty dark in  there since the lights were too dim . I think the most of the places were illuminated naturally (It is summer, you get light untill midnight!). I took most of the photos without flash using a long exposure technique.

After a while i decided to get out and walked to the exit by following the marks. I did buy a Post card from the counter  to my souvenir collection (that was 10 NOK) . Altogether it was a different experience- like falling in  to a time portal.

~D

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Bergen: Up the Fløibanen

June 2nd, 2009 admin No comments

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Fløibanen  is the funicular rail line that will take you up one of the mountains. The Bergen Kort included one ride on that so i decided to try it out. Fløibanen  starts at the small station – check the first photo (well it is a public photo and not taken by me :) ).- where you can buy the tickets. You got to walk a small distance along the tunnel when you reach the rails.

The ride is fantanstic although you feel a sense of insecurity! . There were a few passengers in the car including a gypsey woman and a dog. It takes a while to reach the top ,  and was there an intermediate landing .. i dont remember .

The top is a great view point with a restaurant, a play area ,curio shop (called Magasinet) etc. There is a large statue of a Troll in the play area for kids. I walked around here and there took some photos and decided to leave.

Now , i can wait for the Car to go down or i can walk down the slops along a hair pinned trail . well . i decided to walk down along the trail marked by beach trees.

Now ..that was a little straining . although it is hairpinned , it is comparitively much much steeper. Anyway i saw people going up  – Jogging to the summit. !! . They are used to it .. but that is unbelievable endurance. It was a long walk down , there are some six or seven hair pins . It is possible to by pass by short circuiting the hairpins . but too dangerous .


I met a few people who were going up when i got in to the middle (??) .. They asked me how many more :) . Had a casual chat with them .. Australian tourists from Sydney.

Anyway, finally i reached the landing point from the hairpins and from there you got to get down along the steps built in between the curiously built and cute houses.

It was a descend of a life time! .. but finally reached the main road where i could catch the bus back to the Sentrum .

~D

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Bergen: In to Bryggen

June 2nd, 2009 admin No comments

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 Bryggen (Bryooggen) is a set of old buildings near the Bergen harbor which provide a unique identity to the whole city.It is some kind of a logo of the city present in all the brochures, cards , maps etc etc

It represents the thriving trade past of Bergen when it was the centre of the Hanseatic League in the Nordic region.  To read more see here

Bryggen is an interesting place to be in – that you get suddenly transported to a 13th century ware house. It looks very elegant from far off, but when you approach near it is  a little crude. The buildings are not upright , they are a little skewed as if pushed from the side due to strong wind. It is made of pure wood- almost 100%- and rather unfinished in itself with No polishing or smoothing. The wooden beams and pillars are used as is with the imperfections.

I went there twice , once early morning when i was the only tourist roaming around and again in the after noon when there were a lot of them accompanied by guides. The good thing is that you can just follow one of the groups and just hear the guides. I heard one guide explaining about the wooden pillars. Most of them are constructed from a single tree with the root side up :).

I went up one of the buildings via a rather rickety stair case. had a feeling of Deja Vu. it was almost similar to a level in the game Prince of Persia 3d. I even saw some ropes hanging from the ceiling to cross over . Anyway i didn’t risk a jump.

There are offices functioning inside the Bryggen. That was nice to see, they have exactly maintaining it as it is + using the real estate.. Smart. And .. as usual there was a curio store selling memorablia.

Bryggen? I have been there!

~D

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Bergen: Walking the Bergen

June 2nd, 2009 admin No comments

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So after freshening up at Montana, ohh did  i mention that the power came back after a while :), i got out of the hostel to Bergen Sentrum. Montana is on the slopes of the mountain ,there is a walking trail which goes all up there. There is another trail with which one can walk down to the city

I wait for Bus 31 Lægdene with the Bergen Kort in my hand. Yes , a 31 arrives but it is the one which goes the other way. Btw i walk about a little along the hairpins – it is a beautiful sight. You can see the entire city and beyond from the view point.

There is a very steep and narrow pathway that will take you to the mainroad down the mountain near the Haukeland Syghus (which is a hospital) . In fact you can see the Syghus while riding the bus to the Sentrum . I walked down that pathway later . It is very very steep since you by pass all the hairpins !. Infact there is a handrail on the side to grab for support.!

Getting back to the bus 31, there comes one and i get in , swipes the card and walks to a seat at the back. Not to mention -there is no rush. Thats something not found anywhere in the scandic region. The bus runs along the hairpins ,reaches the mainroad and  passes the Haukeland Syghus. I have no idea where to get down and decided to get down where all the tourist kind of people will get down.

I saw some of the buildings that i had become aware of during the net searches . Eg: the YMCA , Marken Gjest hus and Dorm.no . Huh .. a lot of people getting prepared to get down the bus at the next stop . I just followed them and got down at a stop near the Police station (Politi Stasjon) . Later i found that the place is called Kong Oscars gate . The bus will go further to the bus terminus further down.

A little walk along high buildings and i reached the famous fishmarket (FiskeMarked) of Bergen by the sea jutting in to the land. A typical Norwegian coast line surrounded by old buidlings with “that” typical architecture.


And ..It was just starting up.

~D

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Bergen : The BergenKort

December 30th, 2008 admin No comments

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Every city in EU seems to have its own tourist card- which is normally a smart card and can be used in many of the tourist attractions and in the public transport.
Paris has the Paris Visite pass , Bergen has the Bergen Kort . – or The Bergen Card.

The kort can be purchased for 24 or 48 hours and includes ride in all the Tide transport (Busses and Ferries) , A ride on the Floibanen and many other museum entries . The kort is timed from the first time it is swiped .

I bought a Kort from Montana. In some ways i think that the such cards are not worth . Some times we wont be just able to utilize everything that the card provides.The card makes us restricted :) . but anyway it was the first time that i got a tourist pass abd the initial research on the net made it look good. Anyway NOK gets out of my wallet. :)

I used it in the bus and in the Floibanen . Museums any way i was not interested. And the Hanseatic Museum didn’t allow this card. So altogether i think i lost the NOKs :). After the first day i walked all along the place

~D

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