Travel Blogs from Roskilde
... to Copenhagen, so we gave Carolyn a huge hug, enjoyed the continental breakfast and then started walking towards the train station! We found our platform and before we knew it we were Denmark bound! After a nine hour train trip with a stop in Hamburg, Germany and a ferry across the Baltic Sea, we finally arrived! We pulled into Copenhagen Central Station around six thirty in the evening and grabbed a map to figure out how to get to our hostel. We debated taking the metro to ...
... the wharf. It was fun.
We visited another museum and looked around the town and had lunch.
We went back to Copenhagen and went to Tivoli Gardens the oldest fair, we had icecream, played games and went on the roller coaster.
OMG = The people rowing in front of me sucked!
LOL = Helping with the cow turn when we were sailing.
... on how to navigate with a paper map and just the bare minimum tools. He said most of that is done by computer now but at least if I am ever stuck on a boat with no GPS I will be able to figure out where I am and what to stay away from. Overall it was an amazing trip and I got to meet a bunch of great people from DIS. Not to mention our hilarious first mate. And now I know more about mushrooms than I ever expected to know. I’m running out of ways to end blogs so bye. ...
... installment. Till then, here
are some photos of the surrounds, and I’ll post more later. I love you all! God
bless you from Europe!
... because The Danes have built it starting both sides and now they can't get it to meet. (Sounds Irish).
- The New Opera House that people have dived off.
Lovely bread, smoked salmon, cheese, boiled eggs for breakfast and scrumptious pastries.