Copenhagen Plaza Hotel
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... habits will know I don't like beetroot because it tastes like dirt and I don't like pork because it tastes like pig, but I decided to give it a go anyway. It was delicious! Who am I?!?!? That night we had a very bad sleep and awoke at all hours to the sunlight filtering through the white vertical blinds and making the white walls and white floor glow and bore through our eyelids and into our sleep-deprived brains. That may sound a bit dramatic, but when ...
... issues. Unfortunately, the sky opened up, pelting us with big heavy raindrops, and the tour was stopped a little abruptly. But the tour was great and filled me with lots of things to think about... The campaign posters did feature so many young people, a huge contrast to many American campaigns, monopolized by middle aged men. Does this have anything to do with the fact that about 88% of ...
... not available until early afternoon.
Peta and Paul are due to fly at 3pm but were seeking to change their travel plans to fly straight back to Australia rather than spending a couple of nights in Singapore - due to how ill Paul is feeling. After much toing and froing (by the airline) it became clear is was not practical to change the plans and they have stuck with the original schedule and it may be that Paul has to spend a couple of days in bed in Singapore to ...
... look left first.
Like us, Denmark has a progressive income tax with certain tax deductions like home mortgage interest. But unlike us, they are happy to pay it for many reasons:
It provides them with not only free but high quality healthcare with a higher percentage of patient satisfaction than the U.S.
Not only do all university students get free tuition, they also receive a monthly stipend of around $1200 ...
... them we went back to bed. When we got up it had started lightly snowing. This is beginning to be a habit with me. We arrive in a city no sign of snow by the time we leave it is covered in snow! As we had another day we went to Rosenberg Castle, built in 1606 as the king's summer house. The next day we got on our flight to Paris.