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If the weather is fine, we will start with a snack and glass of something in the little Taarbaek Harbour looking across the Sound over to Sweden. Two minutes walk and then dinner in my flat at first floor in a small house from the early 1900. Here we probably will enjoy some kind of fish as Denmark is surrounded with water. (Ask for kid’s menu). We will talk about the world and all the beautiful things of being a homo sapiens, probably also some of the dark sides. I´am looking forward to see you in my home and sharing my life.
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Taarbaek is a small old fishing village with only a couple of thousands inhabitants situated just north of Copenhagen (15 minutes S-by train to Klampenborg) In the front we have at the Sound between Denmark and Sweden and at the back Dyrehaven, All year, the park is well visited by people that turn to its green hills for picnics, jogging, biking and horseback riding. Besides from the beautiful landscape, Dyrehaven also has a significant history that dates back hundreds of years. In 2015, Dyrehaven was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the par force landscape that was once used for hunting by the Danish royalty.
Meal was delicious. Easy train ride from Copenhagen city and a short lively walk to his house.
Dawei and I rode a bike to Jan's house from the nearest train station.It's a quiet little town.Jan in pink sweater and his lovely old friend welcomed us warmly.It's so nice to talk with them who are filled with wisdom and fun.
We love the experience.Hoping someday we could visit you again,Jan.
And welcome to China again.
Cong & Dawei