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“Love on a Bike” Tour — Worth a Spin!


Here’s a beautiful idea (come to life by the wonderful Danish): the “Love on a Bike” Tour, which is organized by Royal North Sealand. It’s described as follows:

“Do you and the love of your life long for some romantic time alone together? Do you long to feel the freedom that riding a bicycle brings?

“‘Love on a bike’ is a romantic short break in one of Denmark’s most beautiful and culturally rich areas. We take care of all of the practical details, so you can take care of each other.”

There is freedom in romance with the outdoors, with the open road, with the elements. If you have the opportunity, give this tour a spin sometime!

“The tours — three or four days, ranging from 8km (5 miles) to 30km (19 miles) a day — run through Denmark’s scenic North Sealand region, about an hour by train from Copenhagen. Much of the journey is along a steep rocky coastline, with sweeping views of the ocean.” Sounds nice, eh?

Source: TreeHugger
Image Credit: Royal North Sealand/Promo image

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Cynthia Shahan started writing after previously doing research and publishing work on natural birth practices. (Several unrelated publications) She is a licensed health care provider. She studied and practiced both Waldorf education, and Montessori education, mother of four unconditionally loving spirits.


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