After I explained what is an Interrail and how it changes my way of travelling, I am going to show the weird thing I had seen during my journey as Digital Shinobi Traveler.
Denmark is well-known for its life based on sustainable mobility.
Here I will show you what I saw:
1. Danish obsession to go cycling everywhere
2. The Wurstel Man
Don’t ask me the reason, but it seems in Berlin it is a habit to buy fast food street of this kind of “wurstel man”.
3. The condoms’ museum
Would you like spending a creative evening with your partner?
When you will arrive in Amsterdam, do a small break for this museum, where you could find interesting inspirations for couple’s evenings.
For inquiring further more details you can go on the official site otherwise you could consult your friend Google! 😉
4. The porn museum
To remain on the same previous topic, in Amsterdam there a prostitution museum, and you can feel uncomfortable if you are sensible.
5. The famous coffee shop in Amsterdam
I must not forget to mention the famous light drug shop of Holland
I would like informing you this nation is not only the country of drugs and prostitution, but you can find a school of emotional intelligence as the School of Life
6. The sagging plants’ pots
I found these plants’ plots a bit sagged in front of the Museumplein, the museums’ square of the Holland Capital, where there was the famous “I am Amsterdam”, afterward it was moved to Airport of Amsterdam Schiphol.
7. Digit a pass code on keyboard handle to access at the Toilette!
Do you need to use urgently a toilette?
In case you will have lunch with Fish&Chips in the harbor restaurant of Oslo in Norway, during your Interrail/Eurail in North Europe, you should pass the exam as a robber to open the door 😀
Don’t worry, I am kidding you, you can find the password is written on the invoice.
8. Walking on the roof of Oslo Opera House
Don’t listen to your family when you suggest you don’t walk on the roof, because it can be dangerous for your life, in North Europe, nobody worried about the problem.
In addition, you can watch a majestic view of the water boat in the middle of the harbor 😀
9. Be careful where you stamp with your feet on Holland’s museums’ floors!
The Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum I think it is one of the crazy museums I had never seen and I visited the exhibition for over three hours (in general my personal record of entertainment is one hour and a half).
Unfortunately, this museum was closed cause of refurbishment works and the major part of artworks and attractions were moved to other museums in Holland.
If you want to know more, visit the official website.
10. The Markthal, the colorful central market of Rotterdam
The Markthal is a masterpiece of design, and I am still wondering who painted those painting depicted on the ceiling of this building
This place has a lot of apartments, but offices as well, and there is the indoor market in the city, so you have to visit it if you pass for Rotterdam!
When you decide to get out of your comfort zone, you can find out many particular and interesting things to see around the world, have you a nice trip!