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27th Aug - 1047hrs..someone was running out, hence had to stop by Lindex...got me some knickers..on sale..hahaha was 99 Kr...
2106hrs - We had dinner at Hyttefadet REstaurant - Pub og frokostrestaurant, Nyhavn 25, 1051 Kobenhavn K, TLF 33 12 01 07 spent 436.00 KR
29th Aug - 1310hrs - Baresso Coffee, Bernstorffsgade 4, 1577 Kobenhavn - 87.00
The quayside of the Langeline cruise terminal in Copenhagen was a hive of activity. Officials and staff were frantically trying to register all the passengers whilst stevedores supervised the loading of the rest of the provisions.
I could imagine that this was similar to scenes at Southampton prior to boarding a certain ship in 1912!!!! I …
... dipping its foot in it`s drinking water the the other moose headed it in the but saying " get out of my space". After we saw the stinky fishy penguins and we saw the seals doing tricks.
Next we went to the rainforest place where we saw the turtles, lizards and mouse size monkeys. The zoo had a new elephant area and a baby elephant and 3 tiger cubs that liked to wrestle. We walked around the zoo.
... kinda moment.
After two and a half hours, I made my way back to Disney to meet my new found friends.
We went out for dinner at this pizza place, and had pizza. No, really Lisa? Pizza at a pizza place? Wow!
No, but we did also have homemade lemonade and chips as well.
It was really nice, and it proves…once again…the perks of travelling by yourself.
I got back to my house at around 10:00…sleep time!
... br> Also, they had a very large minerals and gems display. The lady at the reception desk said that they had basically all of them, and I just assumed she was exaggerating before I went upstairs. They don't have large quantities of anything (like they do at the Natural History Museum in DC), but they do have rooms and rooms of tiny little samples of probably everything, so they probably have more different types than the Natural History Museum in DC. I ...