Happy: I didn't say there weren't nice places to see, but that the people and traffic was horrible and that has worn me down since it's been like this for years. The first picture was taken at a stop next to the very hilly road and with cars, vans and trucks blasting past at 90-110 kph (the danish speedlimit on normal roads outside of city zones is 80 maximum, only so-called motortraffic roads can be allowed to allow 90 but there's a minimum speed limit prohibiting bicycles, tractors, mopeds etc.).
The other was taken a few kilometers away and it was in a rare moment where there was no-one behind us. Normally I get intercepted by every single car on the road. I haven't overtaken as much as a moped for the last many months, however I've been overtaken by FIAT 500s, motorcycles, taxis, vans, off-roaders etc. And they drive closely, and no matter how calmly I slow down to when I get to a cityzone they drive up VERY close and brake VERY late, and several places I normally have to drive have sections of road where 90% of all cars completely disregard city zone speed limits so I do a lot of parking in the buslanes etc. to clear the traffic so I don't get pushed.
I could drive around it using the small sideroads, however they are also used and they drive fast there too, and while all roads in DK are paved (asphalt) then they're not all in the same quality, especially not after frost after weeks of rains soaking the ground under the roads. Here's what happend when I calmly took a detour around Roskilde to avoid the bad traffic and a Ford Transit van came right after the turn and I didn't notice they'd dusted the roads and thereby made a 11cm deep hole in a asphalt crack that was filled before. The picture was taken a weeks time afterwards and the other picture shows the damaged rim that made the wheel shake when you turned. And remember, my health/stamina is very low now after sitting behind a desk in depression for years, and we need to catch the ferry at a specific time, but I can't anticipate the traffic, or when we're finished shopping. Add all those small details up and we get a big problems, everytime we drive.