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Travel Blogs from Kirke Hyllinge
... made it back to the hostel in time for the free dinner. Then, right when we were supposed to eat the lady at reception said that the dinner was changed to an 'all you can eat buffet' and it now cost money ($15 per person). We were disappointed. Luckily we had a backup dinner in our food stash.
It is a little early but I think we are heading to the room to relax (at least I am). Sleeping on trains just does not work for me. Only a few ...
... kinda moment.
After two and a half hours, I made my way back to Disney to meet my new found friends.
We went out for dinner at this pizza place, and had pizza. No, really Lisa? Pizza at a pizza place? Wow!
No, but we did also have homemade lemonade and chips as well.
It was really nice, and it proves…once again…the perks of travelling by yourself.
I got back to my house at around 10:00…sleep time!
... you pay so much and miss out on so much!
Walked through the Amatienborg Palace (a spectacular square) and there was another spectacular sight... The Marble Church. Am I in Rome (no offence to the Danes) but a great sight.
I then went to Rosenborg Castle and had a look at the jewels.
Then to the Botanical Gardens for an exhibition on Flora Danica a botanical "bible" started in 1761.
... steaks. The cafe had about 5 things on the menu. So, we decided on the buffet as we figured it would have more options.
Since we had boarded early, we had time for a quick nap before the boat departed. The departure had a nice view of the city, but also of the windmills and the bridge to Sweden. It was worth being up on deck in the crowd. Later, we went back to the deck to see Kronborg Castle (the Hamlet castle we went to yesterday) from the sea.
... br> We got
aboard for the Kanalrundfart (giggle giggle xD) and "sped around the
canal" (get it? I mentioned in another blog that "****" means
"speed." Yeah, I know your thinking of the alternate translation to
what we did around the canal). Anyway, it was awesome, and Uncle Dennis
mentioned a couple times that he and Aunt Pernille spoke often of doing this
tour but never got around to it, and he's happy he got to try it finally. It
really was worth it: ...