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Entrance to the castle was 80K ($16) and there were many school groups I tried to get around.
Kronborg has become famous as the setting of Shakespeare's Hamlet and there ...
... say, not loving it. The girls in my room are lovely, but I feel guilty making noise when they're trying to sleep and I have trouble blocking out their noise when I'm trying to sleep. Pretty sure I packed ear plugs, so I'll have to give that a try tonight. Oh and I'm on the top bunk. Its a sad sight seeing me drag my tired ass up there at the end of the day. This morning I went on hop on/off boat tour. It was quite lovely. I hoped off at Trekroner Fort. This was ...
The wind is still blowing in Malmo. Apparently the amount of wind is unusual. The receptionist at the hotel said usually the weather is just grey. Fairly easy to get out of Malmo. The trip to Copenhagen is quite short (approx. 1 hour). There is a bridge and 4K tunnel between Malmo and Copenhagen. We got the key from our host at his place of work and then went to the apartment which we found with some difficulty. It is on the top (fifth floor) - no elevator. Pleasant view from ...
Except for the day of our arrival (rainy), the weather in Copenhagen has been quite glorious - sunny and in the low 80s. Yesterday we took advantage of the lovely day to travel 20 miles north of the city to a much raved- about modern art museum. Part of the allure of this place is its beautiful park-like setting on the shore of the Oresund Strait at its narrowest point. Numerous sculptures by Henry Moore, Max Ernst, and Alexander Calder, among others, reside among ...
... by the big 'pile of ****' that was right next to the water pump. She told us this as she asked what was missing from the farm. In addition to the beer, they brewed it in the same tub they washed their clothes. Yuck! I could only think of my grandma Bodenberg and her reaction to all of that bacteria. That was dwirty as Nik would say. Another cool thing was the town square which was essentially trees and a open grass space with a pond. There were stones around a big tree and each ...