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The day after Zeebrugge was a sea day. And our first black tie event where tuxedo and evening gown are the required attire. I decided to wear a tux as my evening gown was still at the dry cleaners!!
Dining usually comes in two sittings: early - from 6:30pm and late - from 8:45pm. We however, have decided to go with Freedom dining. This is a third option and means 'any time' dining. Just turn up any time and you will be shown to a table. In reality, anytime dining ...
After a late night packing everything, we got up early to catch a train to Copenhagen. I chatted to dad, had some breakfast and got ready. We were pretty rushed, and in the end, we missed the bus to go to the train station, because it had left early, thinking that on a Sunday morning, that not many people would be taking the bus. We were right on time at the bus stop, when it had already left and driven too far to see us.
We got a taxi which arrived really ...
... a name for it but I don't know it at the moment. They had three different spices you could pair them with, and two of the three were very hot. Good thing my pita had ranch on it because I had no water. This ended up being a great day. I was full of smiles and grateful I was in Copenhagen. On another great note to end this wonderful Thursday.. Amy and I booked tickets to London for the following weekend. I had the itch to travel and found a flight for $160. When in ...
... of Modern Art. Ruth’s plan was to spend several hours there including having dinner as its advertised closing time was 22:00. However that was for days that were not holidays; today’s closing time was 18:00, giving us only 2 hours. It is spectacularly located on the foreshore. There were people everywhere on the green lush lawns enjoying the sunshine, children playing on the incline down to the water, even one ...
... we had some free time and did a tour. We went down Stroget which is an amazing shopping street with plenty of live acts and it is a pedestrian only street.
We went o visit Mary at Amalienborg castle where the Roayl family live. The changing of the guards happened just after we arrived, they must have known we were arriving. It consists of 4 buildings and when they are home the flag on ...