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... a seat and somewhere to stow our luggage. We felt very clever when we found a roomy, quite empty carriage and duly settled in. We couldn't understand why it was so quiet with no one talking except us. Sue then spotted a sign saying "stillezone". We duly shushed like everyone else for the next couple of hours. We found out later they have stille and family designated carriages on their trains. Our days are often ...
... The detail was amazing. We were starting to fade after visiting the Lego store so we headed back to the hotel. The walk back seemed longer than the walk out. Funny thing? We were all tired and it was getting cool. We ended the day watching boaters out on the river and flipping through the TV channels, news shows, reality TV, sports shows, cooking shows all in Danish of course, There were a few English channels but as with home, for most TV you don't need ...
... will soon follow!
Already, this has turned into a trip of my dreams. Dreams of goals and what is possible for us if we just set the goals and go for it!
Next up… lessons learned from city officials and architects!
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Today, I fell in a bush... But it was worth it because we went on the coolest bike tour of all time. Shout out to Bike Mike! We biked all around the city on every variety of bike path. We biked on elevated paths, bike bridges, dirt paths, and cobblestone. I had my accident on a dirt path trying to get up a steeper part of the path. I apparently did not get enough momentum and fell right into a bush. It was bound to happen to someone, so I was happy to take ...
Back to the hotel to freshen up before our welcome drink and dinner with the group. Early days but there are 31 of us. On first impression I would say mostly Australians and Asians with a few Americans. Some older and some younger.
After dinner they took us to Tivoli..... Which is a mix of amusement park, large range of restaurants and shops and other interesting worldly objects, opened in 1843. It was very pretty and would be great in summer. We had free time ...