Zleep Hotel Centrum
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... chatting to a couple (Nicole and Mick) who lived in London and were on their way back to Australia, as her visa had run out. And also to a German guy (Thomas) who was cycling through Scandinavia. We decided to go to Papierøen for a beer. The temperature was by now a nice 24*C and once we made it to the island it was so hyggeli that I didn't want to leave and go for this dinner by myself. So I cancelled and stayed and had some great street food and some more beers with ...
... portion when I return home, as this growth mindset will
We also visited a master planned site that
was very cool. They are doing canal building which is one of my favorite things
about European cities. The stated purpose was to create a lively public space.
I feel like safety concerns over canals would prevent their construction in the
US, but here they are considered the place for people to hang out. ...
... with Sydney, Jared and Olivia and it gave me such a new perspective on both Olivia and Jared. I love and appreciate their perspectives a ton. Later, Christina and I met these girls and went to this amazing tiny gay bar that played Britney Spears, Cher and Mulan Rouge songs and danced (way too) late into the night with them.. It really was a night to remember (mostly because my clothes smell like smoke again.) ...
... s International airport and find a facility that was build in 1948 as a base for the famous Berlin Airlift. Needless to say it took us awhile to find our way to the right gate in this concrete bunker. In less than an hour we had arrived in Copenhagen and just like the last time we had been here in '76, we felt at home being among the friendly people who for the majority all speak English very well.
... huge wind turbines turning in the distance and sail boats dot the bright blue sea. The walk through the woods is refreshingly cool through tall old oak and birch. Even though it is cool, there are a number of people relaxing and soaking in the sun. Many enjoy a picnic on the shore.