Travel Blogs from Holbaek
... Stockholm left within 6 minutes of our arrival and we were in the central station in 20 minutes....on our local bus in 2 minutes and 7 minutes later walking the two block to our apartment! I suppose some folks were finally getting their check luggage by the time I was unpacking mine! Love traveling light, and happy to be home in Stockholm!
... up at 4 a.m. this morning ready to go. This is a good thing because the sun comes up early and it is 9:42 p.m. and the sun has not gone down yet. This is my kind of Morning!
Love you all and I will try to get on again tomorrow night!
I will be praying for all those who lost family members in Denver at the Batman midnight showing. My heart hurts for such senselessness. Be safe
Love you all,
... existence of "Sea Peoples".
Perplexed visitors hovered around the case wondering, like me, why the museum curator would include obviously bogus information alongside all of the wonderfully presented legitimate artifacts. When I got home tonight, I googled "Haraldskaer Mermaid", and found that the creator of the exhibit:
…wishes to challenge our perception of the prehistoric collection as truthful historical evidence, partly by installing ...
... as we babied our sore feet.
Next morning, Max & I went shopping down Stogart and bought some really nice europeon made shoes. Also some nice fresh peas in the pod to eat for a snack. Got back to the hotel around 1 pm and met the fellows who had been strolling around the port area. Next stop - a taxi to our ship, the Emerald Princess and the start of our Baltic ...
Hotel rooms in Europe are notorious for being small. And why not? If you want to stay in a fancy hotel, there's no need to spend $1800 to fly to Europe to stay in one.
We're in the Hotel Bethel, a clean little place in the Nyhavn area of Copenhagen. It's clean, quiet, the staff has been pleasant and attentive - and yet I've yet to see another guest. A little creepy.
Our room is just wide enough ...