Best Western Hotel Stensson
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Today is January 3rd, 2015 and we are headed on a bike tour today! It was very rainy and windy last night so I had trouble sleeping. I woke up around 8:15am because I couldn't fall back asleep. I then went downstairs to have breakfast. Anders was up watching tv, Vicki was upstairs in her room reading a book and Dan had already left to finish his second paper route. For breakfast I had a fruit parfait once again. It had danish strawberry yogurt, granola, raspberries, ...
... 5 minutes left! They then changed the channel to show the downtown because that's where they have really good fireworks. It's too dangerous to go down there though because there are soo many fireworks!! When there was only about 2 minutes left we got onto the couch. Apparently they always do the tradition where you hold your champagne glass in your hand standing on the couch and then when the clock on the tv (at the parliament buildings) strikes midnight ...
... just before boarding. The boat was really cool. The cabins were a decent size, (especially for one) a non-scary bathroom and almost decent pillows. There was a choice of restaurants and a few little bars with good music. At one point I was standing at the bar waiting to order my drink, humming away to whatever tune came over the PA, when I realised that tune was "One summer" by Daryl Braithewaite. Really Denmark, this is what you know about Aussie music? The first part of the ...
... never destined to meet in the middle. Embarrassing, to say the least. The exhibition was not quite what we had expected. In a converted dockside building on many floors, it was more of a series of offices, promoting different aspects of the two islands, with a small a cafe on the ground floor which also sold some interesting things from both islands. Not just the expected thick sweaters, but also rings carved out of bone, other jewellery, books and ceramics. ...
... from 2.5 metres up to 8-10 metres. This was pretty awesome (not Joannes words), to sail on the North Sea in a decent swell. Another bonus, only a few souls were dining on deck 9 that evening.
Most guests were resigned to their cabins, sick bags were readily available.
In a nutshell, it was a lazy day. As the evening approached and into the night, the swell started to ease.