Comwell Køge Strand
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For et fint sted! Her ble vi i 2 døgn. Syklet mange turer inn til Køge sentrum og til stranden. Campingen var ren, hadde fin liten butikk med hyggelig personale. 80,- pr pers, 40,- for strøm og 40,- for wifi som delvis funket :)
... Palace is the Old Stock Exchange which dates back to the 1600’s. It was the "World Trade Center" of Scandinavia.
We continued our walk down the Stroget. It’s a pedestrian shopping mall with a string of streets and squares . All along the mall area are numerous stores, restaurants, cafes, and pubs. The walkways were filled with pedestrians.
We made our way to the City Hall and the area around it. Bishop ...
... we turned on the t.v and watched the queen's speech. It is a thing that all Danes do every New Years Eve! I had no idea what she was saying but I just sat and listened. Haha, apparently she was just talking about how it's going to be a good 2015. After her speech we continued to make dinner. Mia and Tilly (Matilda) sliced potatoes and then Josie and I made a salad. Once the potatoes were almost done Tilly put the steak on to start cooking it. Josie and I ...
... 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 Europe and Nebraska; in terrain, its architecture and in its people. In so many ways we felt right at home here and it is obvious Northern Europe settled the Midwest. Very few people pegged us for Americans...until we spoke, that is.
Bruce did great driving on narrow winding roads that are ...
... oresund, the sea between Denmark and Sweden 4) Denmark and Sweden used to have a lot of wars. They stopped when Germany became a bigger problem 5) the Danish king responsible for uniting Denmark was called Harald Bluetooth, and he is who Siemens (the phone company, remember them) named bluetooth after Our guide, Daniel, is was an Aussie bloke from Port Fairy. He explained some of the intricacies of the danish language to us Married in danish is gift Poison in ...