First Hotel Esplanaden
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... The self-guided tour was quite good - it was funny and wasn't afraid to poke fun at the royal family (but did so in a very affectionate way). The King's garden (which surrounds the castle) was also a very nice park to walk around in.
Two things to warn about are the bikes and the price. Bikes take precedent on the roads and, if you're like me and not used to having to account for bikes, takes some getting used to! It doesn't help that people ...
... bread, had a sour mayonnaise and fennel to garnish. It was delicious! I have to say that the food so far has been amazing. There hasn't been one dish I haven't liked! I also tried a glass of the homemade Glogg which is a traditional Danish mulled wine. It was soooooo good! There were also currants and slithered almonds in it. Aaron of course had a Carlsberg beer.
We wondered back to the main shopping district going back into one of the stores that took our ...
... London, take another flight to Johannesburg, and then take a final flight to Maun, Botswana, where we'll meet up with Mom and Dad and begin our safari! Because we're going to be in the middle of nowhere, I probably won't have internet for the next couple of weeks - until we get to Capetown, at least. So when next I post, you'll have a lot of awesome things to read up on, and hopefully amazing pictures to check out! Here we go! I love you love you love ...
... appeared to be quite a small town, apparently struggling due to the recent loss of a number of businesses and the reduction in fishing. There are ferries running very frequently and you can easily see the town of Helsingborg on the nearby Swedish coastline. The castle was originally a fort built in the 1200's which evolved into a castle. It was very medieval in appearance, and the decor in the state rooms was typically ...
... we mention we're part of he tour we can receive 10 percent off. I went in only planning to get a snack since the food was quite expensive but the girl in line in front of me ordered a delicious looking chicken and couscous salad for 37 kroner but after mentioning she was part of the tour only had to pay 26 DKK (way more than 1 percent off), so I ordered the exact same thing. It was delicious and I was ecstatic to have received a bargain in Denmark. While I ...