I am not to show/take any photos of my son. That would be the ultimate embarrassment for a teenager.
“Why are you taking so many photos?”
“Why have you said the wrong things?”
“Why are you (all) still here. I can take the train on my own.”
An automatic ticket machine – Denmark is a modern country.
Model trains that take your donations and entertain you a few moments.
Food disguised as sugar and caffeine can be purchased.
Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Well, if not then you can pretend anyway.
No, this is not HAL from 2001, A Space Odyssey. This is where your plastic card containing your money is transferred to someone elses bank, thus allowing you to travel on the train (or, bus) – Rejsekort
Some of you are probably still looking up 2001, A Space Odyssey on IMDB, so for the rest of you, this is a view to the south at the Train Station.
And the view north.
A classic manhole cover (or personhole cover for political correctness)
This might be the back of someone’s son, showing off his FDF-shirt (FDF a Christian organization for children and youth in Denmark). If you said “Scouts” to him you might just have your face slapped!
One of the trains heading south.
Raised metal studding on the inside floor of the Train Station. For your eyes only.
My pathway towards the car, after embarrassing my son, and his friends with my presence.
Looking across the parking lot towards the buildings on the eastern side of John. F. Kennedy’s Plads in Aalborg.
Train Station (Aalborg St. ) Kennedy Plads seen in Red.
Courtesy Google Maps.
Always a few bicycles to see in Denmark.
The view from the north of the Train Station:
My wife: Why are you still taking pictures?
End of blog…..