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... tired that we all would have felt the same.
Honestly, how can a sandwich bag not be clear enough?
Matey, mine had a whacking great big moustache on it and I didn't get stopped, maybe he liked you so much he wanted to talk to you more!
Probably, but they then charged me £1 for one from the airport (ripoff) and proceeded to apologise for the inconvenience but that we had been warned as we approached security. Anyway, now we're sitting ...
... and *hit the ground running*!!!
I walked to Tivoli Gardens – the 2nd oldest Amusement Park in the World located right downtown in the city centre. There are many rides and restaurants and interesting gardens all throughout the park. Apparently this place inspired Walt Disney. And at $15 Cdn. per ride for the *big rides* - it has a Disney pricetag too! I did not go on any of the rides, although some looked really fun!
... 500 pieces of work, a mighty impressive feat for one man to sculpt. Some of the pieces are replicas of national heroes that occupy squares in major cities around the world, including the Vatican and Munich. A large number of the sculptures are classical works from mythology, very ancient Greek and Roman in style.
After spending a while reading about the different works, as well as the backstories behind the sculptures (different stories about Greek ...
... places on a bike. I think it is so interesting how some European planning actually discourages driving by making it inconvenient to drive a car or removing actual automobile infrastructure and replacing it with alternative transportation. The city has it all figured out for themselves, but again the issue with work commute is still prevalent. The urban planner told us that residents do not mind sitting in traffic ...
... in for a big clean up with all the wet towels, hair brushes, heated tongs, coffee cups, and random chairs everywhere. We left it in a bit of a mess!
Sara looked stunning as she came down the isle on Aage’s arm. The twins Valdemar and Emma and another little friend, lead Sara and Aage down the isle. Thomas, the groom, was very emotional when he saw how beautiful she looked coming toward him.
We sat among ...