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... mid-1400s to the early 1500s. From quite a distance away, one could not help but see the main tower. The tower is roughly as tall as the cathedral is long, at just over 300 feet. Once inside, I found it hard to believe that the cathedral can actually accommodate about 1,200 people. It seemed too narrow. That narrowness made the vaulted ceilings seem even higher. Surprisingly, nearly every item hung on the walls or every tomb marker ...
So of all the cities they had to miss, this was the one to miss thank goodness.
But about an hour later, there was a bit of excitement aboard as a helicopter was going to land to pick up an ill passenger.
Within 10 minutes of the ship contacting shore, a helicopter was hovering above the ship.
It spent about 20 minutes flying around trying to land but because of the bad weather conditions could not ...
... the problem.
Living in a dorm is also quite different (as I was still living at home before the exchange). It's nice to have your own space (and bathroom!) where you can have some downtime but you can still hang out with those on your floor via the shared dining room/kitchen/lounge if you want. The dorms also have some pretty cool traditions which should make living in them quite fun. They have an event called tour de chambre, ...
... to see us all together in Denmark and I remembered how sad Pat was when she received the news. The grave is in a really beautiful, peaceful location and we really appreciated the opportunity to visit the site.
For our last couple of days in Denmark we travelled with Michelle and Lea to Copenhagen. This was thankfully a really enjoyable trip on a bus and a ferry. Jack, Teresa and Wilma lived closer to Copenhagen and we were flying out from there so we decided it was a good ...
... br> There was a multi-storey modern building located outside the park, but appeared right in the middle of most photos of that area. Anne and Ida said that people complained that it didn't fit with the look of the place, but it was too late, as it had already been built.
The houses were arranged as to look like a real town, and there were an array of businesses there; a milliner, a tailor, a shoemaker, a goldsmith, a clockmaker, the ...