Hotel Djingis Khan
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- Continental Breakfast
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In today's "Who Knew?" segment, when Bike Mike pointed out the US Embassy yesterday the nice lady from Boston said that she and her husband registered with the State Department online to let them know where they are.
"Why?" I asked her.
"To let them know where we are" she answered.
It it didn't seem like a good use of my time to ask again, but I guess if there is a political crisis or natural catastrophe the U.S. government ...
For the first two weeks of 'university', the exchange students were allowed to settle in before the arrival of the Swedes and real class began. To help us adapt to the new culture, everyone of us was enrolled in a short SUSA (a Swedish language) course for the two weeks to teach us the basics of the language and also some of the cultural norms. Although this didn't count for any credit back home, learning some of the basic foods, etc proved to be pretty useful. ...
... 160; Today I woke up to the dance studio below again, and at 2:45 we had an all building outdoor scavenger hunt (again). We were given tablets with GPS location and were told to go to various locations and there a quiz would pop up on the tablet. It was a great idea in theory because I saw the library, various cafes, and the best pizza place in Ama (*Mom, this is the place Dad brought us!) But it was freezing, windy, snowing, and dark ...
... deep water access between the Baltic and North Seas, making Kronborg an ideal spot to collect taxes from shipping!
William Shakespeare's play Hamlet was set in this castle and there is still speculation that he visited the castle.
Legend has it that Holger the Dane, a legendary Viking warrior, sleeps in the castle's dungeons!
... by the sea next to a recreation area with playground, cafe and the ubiquitous (in Denmark) crazy golf. All very pleasant and gently lively. We went for a quick bike ride to a little island nearby and then played frisbee and splashed in the sea after dinner. Also very pleasant. I went for a rare run and had to walk back with my hips hurting - I'm sure my body has given up now I've left the Army.
We visited 'TICKON' in ...