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... as you'd hope them to be. I also really enjoyed seeing the smaller crown, especially for a young prince or princess. If only I could have access to the crown jewels the Royal family are currently still using, I would just like to have a peek at that collection. I did notice that a lot of the royal jewellery uses elephants, and have since found out that they are an important symbol of the royal family.
We took a bus from Rosenborg up a ...
... attend a Catholic mass, I was okay going to a Christian church. Like all things in Denmark though, the service was a big production. It took place in a theater. It was called Hillsong church, which I found is also in the U.S. Their church I think was also called No Other Name as in no other name than Jesus. As I walked in music played and chandeliers hung over head. We walked over and got a cup of free coffee, that was delicious. Jessica asked me if they had donuts to but I told her ...
... of the city from the water. I spend my time running back and forth taking pictures like a mad man, while the three girls sit and talk. They enjoyed it, I enjoyed it. By the way, the weather was perfect!
Following the water tour, Tina had one last treat in store for us. Dorte drove us to Tivoli Gardens, the world famous entertainment venue in the heart of Copenhagen. We walked in past the crowd due ...
... has legions of gay men fans. Following Russia’s recent homophobic legislation, this year’s Eurovision sought to showcase gay rights: marriages were performed, and a square in Copenhagen was officially renamed Regnbuepladsen (Rainbow Square). Lots of rainbow flags were flying proudly.
I coordinated my trip with the Copenhagen Beer Celebration – not to be confused with the Copenhagen Beer Festival. This one is a ...
So mum says I'm not allowed to write about her in my blog anymore. I doubt she has actually read my previous one. And to be fair, I haven't talked about her too often. I'm probably not going to follow her request, I need to be honest to the truth of the blog. So we arrived in Florence and went to the hotel. The most expensive one I've ever stayed in so far in my whole trip, gahhh!! But it was a nice place and she was happy, there was good wifi, the breakfast was a large buffet ...
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