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Transit through Denmark and spent the night ...thanks Scandinavian airline for the free accom :) Beautiful city for sure. First time to see snow ^^
Then Rose and I came to Denmark where it is cold and expensive, but pretty and snowy :)
Copenhagen 13-16 December 2010
Had 3 nights in Copenhagen to begin with, one night in a random hostel near the airport and then 2 nights staying with Rose's friend Pernille who was pretty cool.
I didnt really see any of the sights of …
... Luckily my mother was with me and found rapidly a taxi that drove us home and back again afterwards, while I texted Mrs. Gardet to explain my delay.
I arrived in a record time at 7.55AM thanks to the lack of traffic and the high speed of the drive. I hurriedly joined the class to make my presence known and, fortunately, my delay was not a huge problem because some of the students had not even finished checking in.
When we ...
... I realized that I should probably get some school work done in the park (I know crazy right? I had forgotten I was here to study too). Then I returned home and we went out for a kayaking adventure. We passed a sand castle building contest; well it was more of a sand sculpture/architecture contest. They were all incredibly impressive and most of them looked like they were carved out of stone. We went up some smaller canals and back into the city to get a better view of ...
With his help and advise we walked the short distance to the hotel which was
made more difficult due to the old cobblestone footpaths. Our wheels on the suitcases
didn’t like it at all. We booked into our rooms and then Aunty Sue and I walked back
to the train station, because we felt that there must have been a quicker and easier
way, once we had found our bearings and rechecked out the map. It ...