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So we stayed in bed really late. Mom and I didn't get out of bed until about noon. We weren't ready for the day until almost 1pm. Henrik took us around town to show us where he went to school and lived. This town is huge! It's crazy because there are different islands that make up the town. We got to see a lot of the island where Henrik lives. It was weird for Henrik to be in the drivers seat for a change. I ...
... to get our luggage from the hotel.
We boarded the ferry, Pearl Seaways, at about four in the evening and half an hour later sailed out to sea for the overnight trip to Copenhagen. The ferry was quite similar to the one we had taken from Stockholm to Helsinki some eleven days previously.
Anna and Steph enjoyed themselves in the ship's duty-free shop and bought a bottle of Bordeaux to drink during the journey.
... heard good things about them but when you pay $4000 to them for the flights and book special meals with them months in advance, only to be treated with contempt because Lauren wouldn't eat thier chicken, there are plenty of other airlines around. Apart from all that the holiday was awesome, we met so many nice people and had amazing life changing experiences. We are already planning our next trip back to Japan! Thanks for Reading our blog!
... dinner grandpa showed me a few of his trinkets and grandma showed me many old, old pictures of past generations. I wish i had my phone to video or record her stories - I felt like I she was sharing old stories that are supposed to be savored forever as grandparents pass them onto young people like myself. Now I'm laying on the porch in the sun about to walk to aunt's house to steal wi-fi/let Oregon know we have made it as they are waking up on Sunday ...
... around the door or supporting structures.
The Stave Church which was built around the 1200's and relocated to this area in 1884, is beautiful - rustic and painted in dark tones and inside once our eyes adjusted we could see that behind and to the sides of the alter, three murals had been painted. There was a lectern dating back to 1574 and The Lord’s Prayer was carved into it in Danish, stemming from when the Danes controlled those ...