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What a great way to start an early Monday morning than to find out the Pats won the Super Bowl! I'm wearing my Patriots T-shirt to class to celebrate.
Saturday- We went to the Aquarium and it was very nice. The building is very modern, sleek, and "Danish looking" with the concept that it is easy to expand if needed in the future. The inside of the Aquarium was very typical with various types of fish and sea life from around ...
... in its history and all have inevitably ended up in half the city burning down!! Incidentally the oldest amusement park in the world is also in Denmark, in a town called Bakken. This was opened in 1583 as a place to get good quality clear water and pet a few deer. Today Bakken is home to 6 roller coaster and a host of other rides.
Despite the average tax in Denmark being 49%, the welfare system really knows how to look after its citizens. When ...
... 60 scheduled airlines and serves more than 62,000 passengers per day; 23.3 million passengers passed through the facility in 2012, making it the busiest airport in the Nordic countries, with a maximum capacity of 83 loadings/hour and with room ...
... air as street musicians entertain.
Copenhagen had humble beginnings. Until the middle of the 12th century, Copenhagen, or Havn (Harbor) as it was then known, comprised a small village of wattle and daub huts between what is now Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square) and the sea. Its inhabitants were subjected to raids by the neighbouring Wendish tribes but managed to make a living by fishing the plentiful herring from Øresund. In the 1160s, Bishop Absalon ...
... to sit and tried to connect to some kind of wifi. I found one that wasn't really meant to be used by the public for free so some things were blocked but I was still able to check Facebook and work on my blog which was a bonus. I thought since I had all this spare time that I should exchange my remaining Danish Kroner into Euro. Umm yes, it wasn't until I got on the plane that I realised my mistake and knew I would lose a bit of money because of such a silly mistake that I put down ...