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... soccer game to be played in Berlin, the place was electric! There were so many exuberant people ready to watch the game on the big screens, and we had as much fun watching the crowd as looking at the scenery - lovely, lovely place. We walked and ate and observed for a few hours, and finally, we were exhausted from our busy day. We grabbed a cab back to the ship where we were able to watch the tivoli fireworks from the top deck - it was a great way to end the ...
While my hosts were out working, they recommended me some places to go sightseeing. Decided to walk to these places since they were about 20 mins away and I was still confused with the metro system. After a day of sightseeing I should have rented a bike. It seems everyone in this city is on a bike. It was cool to see bikers have their own lanes on the street which they actually followed and waited at traffic ...
... we were able to borrow the mobile phone of a passing stranger, who assessed our luggage and our language skills or lack thereof and inquired, with good humor, "AirBNB?")
Once we had the bike, Marina pedaled it home while I followed with Paloma in the stroller. A torrent of rain broke forth just before we got back to the apartment, which was actually refreshing. It was a warm rain, and it made me happy.
To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live.
- Hans Christian Anderson, Father of the Danish Fairy Tale
There is an almost mythical word in Danish, hygge, that is hard to explain, and pronounce. Hoo-gull-eey. But if you understand it in the least, it gets under your skin and becomes a way of life. It roughly translates to coziness, but that's ...
We arrived in Copenhagen last night after taking the most interesting train journey ever! Our first train took us to Hamburg, where we had 15 minutes to find our second train to Denmark. I was stressed about the small layover, but Chelsea wisely told me that there no use stressing about things I had no control over. We managed to snag a section of seats with a table on our rescind train, which was super awesome and convenient. We were riding along ...