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... formal night. We did not bring dressy clothes but we went anyway. We got lobster tonight. It was just ok. Susan did get the baked Alaska she had been asking for all week. The production show was Celebrate the World. Susan enjoyed that! We set the clocks back one hour. When we go to bed at 11 is is dusk. There are lots of wind turbines along the coast of Sweden and Denmark. I ...
... I can put on my Aussie accent, but when I talk normally it comes out American. I am having a real identity crisis people! The nerves kicked in around lunch time, so lunch barely made it's way from the plate to our mouths. We both received a food care kit from Leandra's grandmother, all of the travel essentials. Bananas, Rivela (a Swiss soft drink), random bits and pieces and the most important, Swiss chocolate and lots of it! She knew just what to give us, to keep us alive and sane. ...
... I'm not sure. I tend to tune out modern art as a general oxymoron. Matt seemed to like it, and he bought me some gingerbread to keep me pacified during the visit, so it's all good.
We had planned to storm Tivoli for another round of Christmas-awesomeness, but we ended up killing a bottle of wine with our wonderful Danish hosts (we are staying in their apartment through AirBnB.com). Tomorrow we plan to hit the Carlsberg Brewery, and attempt to find Copenhagen's best ...
... He is lovely, and I hope he uses the email address I gave him!
Then it was bussing time. To my couchsurfing host!
We had a lovely Danish dish for tea, followed by a Danish yogurt thing. It was lovely!
And now my fellow readers...you know what I mean when I say I WILL get around to updating my blog...all at once!
I hope you can enjoy the last week of my life, and it will be quite steady for the net week as far as posting goes!
... Christianborg palace burned down in 1794; the palaces are arranged around an octagonal plaza and the look is stately and dignified. Sadly, there is no time for a tour of the interior.
We make our last visit to colorful Nyhavn, and take a final gawk at the buskers and street artists stationed on Stroget, before going back to the hotel and dressing for our dinner at Kiin Kiin, a highly recommended Thai restaurant located in the northern part ...