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... I had a little bit of anxiety, but I put my music on and realized why music is so important to so many people. I really need to build my library because French Montana, A$AP Ferg, Tyga, and Ace Hood can only get me so far--thank you Tadd :). I do have one of my favorite songs on there Brand New Day by Swollen Members which I had on repeat a few times--download it you won't be sorry. Class was nice again. This time we started ...
... but the walk really is gentle and pleasant.
Between the station and the castle there is a harbour which, much like the Albert Dock of Liverpool, has been converted into a visitor friendly spot, with a café or two and a museum. In the dock sits a statue which is similar in appearance to the little mermaid of Copenhagen, but incredibly shiny, male and a touch less anatomically fishy. From here you can see across the water to Sweden and watch ...
... hats, food
and drink, we haven't spent much – we won't mention the beer we had
at the Hard Rock Cafe.
enjoyed our stay and would like return in warmer weather. The
weather today was much better than yesterday – I was one layer less
and didn't need my coat or hat. We were at the airport around 6pm
ready for our 9pm flight to Beijing. As I wondered through the duty
free area, a lovely lady from the ...
... out with their friend group. We spent the next five hours talking to the various people in the group swapping stories about how outrageous it is that we have to pay for college (they get paid about $1,000 a month), what it is like to live in Denmark, and just chatting about cultural differences and learning about each other. One of the girls, Iben, tried to teach me how to say 1-10 and a couple of other basic phrases and was enthusiastic and encouraging ...
After a long long night on the trains, we woke up around noon and left the hotel in a couple of hours. We were planning to go on a self-guided tour (described in my book by Rick Steves), but first we had to had some lunch. Walking to the city hall, we found an interesting-looking cafe, which turned out to be a part of the Design Society and they had so many cool things, from salt and pepper shaker to furniture, all ...