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... in preparation for the Atlantic Ocean transit, the shows were mediocre at best. The reason given by a passenger made sense: the trans-Atlantic portion of the cruise is much cheaper because port stops are non-existent on sea crossings.
The only hesitation I have is the fact that I'm a small ship fan, and the Royal Princess can accommodate 3,560 passengers - with 1,200 crew members. It's the biggest ship I'll ...
... Castle made famous as the setting of Shakespeare's Hamlet as well as the magnificent Fredensborg Palace and Frederiksborg Castle.Highlights
- Day trip from Copenhagen to the castles of North Zealand
- See the town of Elsinore, made famous in Shakespeare's Hamlet
- See Kronborg Castle, the setting of Hamlet and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Pass Fredensborg Palace, a residence of the Danish ...
... of sale. Yikes - can you imagine this in the U.S!! It is really great for air pollution, however. Other taxes are high - by our standards. For example, 25% sales tax - but education through college is free and medical care is heavily subsidized by the national government. Today we took a bus in the opposite direction, 20 miles south, to the fishing village of Dragor with its harbor full of sail boats and many small cafés facing the water. Again, we were ...
... damages. Despite that horror story, I was still set on getting a bike. Of course, just my luck, we hiked across town to find the shop closed. I later learned it was Pentecost, which is a Danish public holiday that extends from Sunday to Monday. I thought just Monday, but being a Catholic I should have probably known that one. The funny thing is that Danish religion is primarily Christian, but a very low percentage go to church and a even ...
... rate! They also get 6 weeks of vacation a year! (After watching Frederick's recommended "Live Like a Swede" on YouTube, I'm almost tempted to!) Of course Kim, who is the absolute social butterfly provoked a few hours long conversation with them. We learned much about their family and Sweden while sharing our stories too.
I have always wondered who I would sit by on a plane... It's like a game... Maybe even the lottery. "Is the person ...