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Travel Blogs from Snekkersten
... of water. Helle, Sverre and I chatted about our travels and what our plan was in Norway. Sverre and I then retired to the lounge and rested a lot in front of the TV since we were both so tired. Meanwhile Helle went to the shops to pick up some stuff for dinner. We had a delicious BBQ grilled steak with potatoes also done on the BBQ with a salad that I helped prepare. It was probably one of the best meals we've had throughout Europe and it was very nice of Helle to cook it for us. Sverre ...
Class was interesting/boring. We talked about development and socialization and its affects on culture. Much to do with parenting styles, in which I concluded that I have two pretty awesome parents. Anyway, class was not the fun part of today, besides getting Bagel Me during the break. How I have missed those warm bagels loaded with chicken and cream cheese. Getting a bike was the most exciting thing today! Immediately following class, I heard Lizzie chasing after me. ...
... time I was there. I didn't, but we saw some interesting people and walked back towards home. At this point we couldn't decide on food and said we would get food in Norreport. Once we got there we didn't. We ended up getting on the bus itself and going to a grocery store. The grocery store was an experience in itself. We had 10 minutes to shop, and it's hard I go grocery shopping with someone whose buying for a week when I just needed a snack. I'm leaving for London Saturday so ...
Slept in till 8.30 am. The past day with a duration of 18 hours was fun, but exhausting. Had breakfast at the hostel with Amelia and saw Casey leaving. Now, in this short hour a plan was made. First, off to the Tivoli garden. It is stunning. With every step you take, another brighter and lovelier view appears. More grotesque buildings, flowers, waters and attractions come into sight. Starting off at this point was a ...
... 8221; or environmental friendliness. I think they believe the most sustainable way is NOT to make things, unlike us in North America.We ducked into McDonald’s for their Wi-Fi as I hadn’t been able to post my blog updates for the past three days. Deb was famished. She headed for the food counter and her first Danish transaction – a little nervous – she returned with a tray so all must have gone well. The rain did start ...
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