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... tour, and visited St Albans church. On the way home we walked down one if the world's longest malls, heaps of shopping for Mary. We stopped in an American style burger bar on the way home, my chicken salad was perfect after a long day of walking, a beer or two helped as well. Tomorrow is one of my most anticipated days for our holiday - the long train ride from Copenhagen to ...
... very nice, homely, spacious apartment. Gitte told us it is their own apartment they rent out to pay for their son's boarding school costs. Both parents work with handicapped children, Thomas is a musician. They move to their summer house by the sea, when the apartment is rented out. We then ate dinner at one of the food cafe's at the market next to the apartment and then went back to the hotel to plan for Monday and Laura's ...
... Nyetorv and Gammeltorv. The market and executions happened in the latter and at one point people realised how bad it was to have both in one please. So they moved executions to Nyetorv. Punishment happened there as well as execution. 10. History of Copenhagen. There are 1000 years of it. From 800 until 1280 - The Vikings ruled. They were very successful and went to America and Arabia. Why the success? Denmark had four things: Wood/natural harbours/iron/tall blond maniacs. ...
... a combination of the Easter Show, Luna Park and the Botanical gardens. Lots of places to eat and drink, quite a few stages that would later in the day be showing all sorts of entertainment and of course the fun park. So why would someone my age be attracted to a ride that puts you in a chair suspended by what look like quite inadequate chains, haul you to a height of a couple hundred feet and then spin you around so that you ...
... rode. A scary moment but an amazing tour. We were all left with sore butts by the end. Our final day in Iceland we took our bags to he bus depo and wondered to the Iceland museum, and Walked the Main Street looking and exploring the shops. When it was time, we rode the bus to the Blue Lagoon, which is a Volcanic Hot Spring filled with silica mud. A wonderful, relaxing way to end the trip before our 1am flight. Denmark (part 2) Our first day back ...