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... Amialiansborg consists of four palaces around a square, well more of a circle, but its called a square. One palace is for Queen Margarethe. The second is for Fred and Mary. The third palace is for visiting members of the royal family. The fourth is for visiting dignitaries. They are all connected via underground tunnels, although they don't necessarily use them. They walk around Copenhagen, just like everyone else, and believe it or not the press leave them ...
... I do that". Oh, good. Jette has brought everything, which now needs to be unpacked and stowed away. This takes some doing. Lunch calls.... the first of what I fear will be a string of endless meals. The restaurant we choose has large picture windows out of which we get yet another view of the Bridge. A free champagne reception beckoned, so we followed the trail, to get our free glass of very iffy white fizz. There was some guy in ...
Today, our last full day on the Legend of the Seas, we are at sea all day. We do not observe pirates, whales or much of anything really except for an overcast day and a number of other boat traffic that frequents this body of water.
As the day progresses the weather is turning for the worse. Now there is a strong gale and nobody is to be seen on the deck. As the afternoon wears on, the ...
... sitting down at a table next to some other guys. I met Victor, Daniel, and another guy I can't remember his name. Victor was from Columbia whose parents were Danish missionaries. He lived in the mountains and went to an American school there. His teacher was from Chicago so he had a very similar accent to mine. Daniel was from Italy, but his parents were from Ghana and Kenya. The last guy's family was from the Ivory Coast but he was born in South Korea. He also lived ...
... early departure, it is really only equivalent to 2 days, plus one night in addition. However, super cool 17th Century digs, smack bang in the middle of the main shopping district, Stroget, with ready access to affordable grocery lines/full strength booze and most importantly, exquisite Danish design, what was not to love?!
Our first full day involved, firstly, a visit to the Copenhagen flagship Lego store, for ...