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... the weekdays. Maybe only one person needs to work in the family to live comfortably in Copenhagen? Maybe these people work at night? I have to do some research about this, but it's something that I have noticed during my time here.
Back to our day; We bought the ingredients, walked back to the apartment, and enjoyed a typical Danish breakfast. And boy was that Mom right, it sure was delicious!
So a lot has gone on in the ...
... of Christiansborg where plaster statues gathered dust and only Parliamentary officers went when it was necessary to hoist flags. The tower is now open to the public, it's the highest tower in the city and today it was free to climb. Today was overcast, cool, windy and a bit rainy but it didn't matter to us. Elke, Per and Sophie all had the day off and we headed into Copenhagen, about 35 kms away from Sophie and Martin's new house. We walked through Stroget, the main pedestrian ...
... not the disposable society we have. Education is free, most people don't enter the work force until their mid 20s. Tax is very high he pays 42 cents. Someone earning 150k would pay 72. Very few people own cars, because they are also taxed extremely highly. Many work places have canteens, where home cooked meals are provided at a very minimal cost, both for breakfast and lunch. He says they feel this makes people more productive ...
... 8217;t drink as much as we should have because we couldn’t go to the toilet.
We saw the changing of the guards at the palace. I was surprised at how young the guards were, but it was interesting. Now for some odd facts. We were told that there are two bikes for every resident in Copenhagen. As well as this 37,000 bikes cross the bridge into the city every day. We haven’t seen any baby in the strollers you see at home, they are all in good well ...
... sometimes because it was arranged by topic (like art or music or people) rather than by country. After lunch (we had knockwurst & sauerkraut & fries), I worked on this blog for a while. We went to dinner in the dining room and then to the production show, “What a Swell Party”. It was really a pretty good show – we enjoyed both the music and the dancing. It was still early, so after the show we decided to go to the Explorer’s ...