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... weren't really savages. People who wrote about them and portrayed them as such were raided. However, writings found in England said that the women there seeked out Vikings as men. Absolon founded Copenhagen. Monk and warrior. Christian I came from Germany and was king of Denmark. It was then a military and trading power. In the mid 1600s Sweden and Denmark at war. The plague happened in 1711 and the first great fire happened in 1728 closely followed by the 2nd great fire. ...
... to life at home we are grateful that we have been able to enjoy this journey, and that we have arrived home safely. It has been so lovely to have readers of the blog make comments and give us the feeling that you were all travelling along with us. That made it very special.
Till next time.
Below are the photos of our last day - in Copenhagen.
... the solar electric carshare vehicles in with rent.
Talk about great choice architecture. And throughout the trip here I’ve noticed
that the way they talk about sustainability as though it’s a matter of course
is astounding, especially since at home we have to fight to be heard on almost
all of these issues, or to even gain recognition that these issues exist. It
was really cool to have a sort of before and ...
... in for a big clean up with all the wet towels, hair brushes, heated tongs, coffee cups, and random chairs everywhere. We left it in a bit of a mess!
Sara looked stunning as she came down the isle on Aage’s arm. The twins Valdemar and Emma and another little friend, lead Sara and Aage down the isle. Thomas, the groom, was very emotional when he saw how beautiful she looked coming toward him.
We sat among ...
... of others waiting for the fjord boat to take us up this beautiful Aurlands fjord to a small place which I cant remember the name of! Never mind - it was two and a half hours up the fjord, the longest and most beautiful in Norway we were told and even with the misty cloud obscuring the peaks it was indeed stunning. If you imagine the Milford Sound fjord and triple it..in height, in peaks, in width, in sheer wow, of waterfalls, tiny, ridiculous ...