Comwell Køge Strand
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... br> Brief train ride and a long walk dragging bags along cobblestoned streets past what seemed like hundreds of Danish flags (us Danes are apparently very patriotic!) and we arrived at the offices of the apartment place, a little early, but really tired and really excited! It was still shut, but not for long, so Jane and Matt went and bought us a Danish pastry each to eat whilst we waited...such a good idea!
In addition to the enchanted forest and Legoland, probably the most talked about subject relating to Denmark by Sophia and Toosie was without a doubt, Tivoli. One of the oldest theme parks in the world, Mannie had told me it was very traditional and had inspired Walt Disney when he visited Copenhagen to create Disneyland with Tivoli as a blueprint. It was another rather cold, drechit day and although tempted, Mattijs and I decided that we would give the rides a miss and instead have ...
... pulling our suitcases (or Peter pulling them!) and realised that there were a lot of steps up to the second floor! Tine was so welcoming - she is a half Danish and half Brazilian who teaches Portuguese language and her place reflects her interests. Books, music and art everywhere and she apparently entrusts it all to the strangers who stay there! It had a lovely homely feeling and even had a piano and guitar.
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... apartment and quitting my job. Especially the job part, really left me in tears on the final good buy. That was the moment where it hit me, how much I truly care and love the children and my colleagues, who more or less, has been a big part of my life, for the last 4 years or so. But I am ready. To explore life and seize the day. See you in Buenos Aires ...
... locks the card. If we had a phone with international calling or if a call center could actually go through to an international operator (a real person) all would be ok. We ended up Skyping our daughter who called Visa while we were on-line with her so we could talk with Visa to get our credit card unfrozen.
Five weeks in Northern Europe. We were continually struck with the similarity between Northern ...