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Today, we spent the morning talking about infrastructure and details that we've noticed throughout our time here. Personally, I'm amazed at the degree of self-responsibility here; children are given independence here that would be considered neglect in the States, carrying an open alcoholic beverage in public is legal and socially acceptable and high school graduates hang off the sides of ...
... bought in UK 3 years ago and still going strong) that we filled every day at breakfast and saved us at least $20/day, and a range of sizes of ziplock bags. They were very useful for food collections, especially at breakfast for later, tickets and lots of other uses!
Overall travelled 36,848 kms as calculated on travelpod, visited 25 cities and 6 countries so no wonder we are a bit pooped!
... off once. We had a bit of fun climbing on the rocks to get photos and do the touristy thing, then we read the sign that asks you not to climb to the statue... oops. In the late afternoon we did the other walking tour, which was for the area of Christianshavn. This area is across the bridge to the area where Christian IV built in the 17th century. Christianshavn is home to the freetown of Christiania which is a partially self governing city within a city. Also in Christisnshavn ...
... us up and then we drove home. We arrived home around 2:00am. We then felt like we were still really awake so we went and showed Vicki and Anders all the photos we had taken tonight. We then went upstairs and decided to get ready for bed. We then just sat upstairs in Mia's room and watched some of the fireworks that were still going off. Around 3:30am we decided to go to bed. It was weird feeling that at home they still hadn't had New Years! Anyways good night! Happy ...
... I had to buy thicker socks so my little tootsies didn't freeze off! We had a wonder around the main shopping street which was ok. We stopped for a hot drink and enjoyed watching the world go by while we warmed ourselves up. After coffee, we were making our way to the Malmo castle when we walked by the most beautiful park (Kungparken) absolutely covered in snow! Even the lake was freezing over! The snow ...