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... br> Chief Engineer - Neil Graham
Hotel General Manager – Claudio Mazzoni
Cruise Director – Lee Childers
Port Lecturer - John Lawrence
Maitre d'Hotel - Silvio Tocchetto
MUTS - “Mystique if the Baltic”
Dinner - Da Vinci - good
Temps - Mostly fine, High 55 F / 13 C – Low 46 F / 8 C
That’s it, I’m over this “live from” copy and pasting from the Princess ...
... look through. Even Aussi Princess Mary is feature with he personal Coat of Arm etc.
One thing for sure is that the Danes love their royalty; Queen Margareta and our Princess Mary. They speak very warmly of Mary.
The Danish Royal family has been far more influential than we ever realised. They have been functional since the Viking times and have in fact had parts of their family either directly ruling over, or married into the royal families ...
It's been awhile since I last spent this much time on my feet roaming the city - it was in Prague to be exact, over 2 weeks ago, and now that the day is over, my poor feet are crying out, no more! Uncertain of what my Contiki tour would cover during our time here, I decided to see it all just in case. With the map from the hostel marked with a self guided walking tour, it was off to sightsee I went, covering a route normally 2-3 hours in about 7 hours. ...
... give a hoot what our orders are. His Kirk-like moment of throwing the Prime Directive out the window won the day for the British and cost the Danes their entire fleet. After the Dane’s surrendered, the British gave the Danish government enough money to rebuild the fleet…only to destroy the new fleet a year later.
I personally had a great time exploring Copenhagen, even though I was nervous about speaking English with the locals. The only ...
... within the borough of Christianshavn. More or less, it's a large hippy commune, erected in the early 70s by squatters. I saw handbuilt homes, interesting people, and a lake that bisects the area.
The people in Christiania have developed their own set of rules independent of the Danish government. The rules forbid stealing, violence, guns, knives, bulletproof vests, hard drugs, and bikers' colors. Marijuana, however, is legal. Many Copenhageners ...