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... for a recital was in progress when we were there and the acoustics were wonderful. The Boroque-inspired palace garden, separated from the palace by the lake, is as ornate as the palace itself. A fire in 1859 destroyed much of the art and furniture so most of what we saw, was late 19th century art. The church is totally original as it was not touched by the fire.
Last stop for the day was a true working castle/fort with a ...
... toilets with Christine. We walked past the men's to a door marked with both male and female signs. I waited for the next available stall, and a fellow walked out of it. It was unexpected. I mentioned it to Gord and he reported that the urinals in the men's were clearly visible from the doorway. Denmark is quite liberated :) After our red wine, we walked back to Katja's and crashed.
The next morning we headed out for bread at a popular bakery chain. I ...
... attraction in Copenhagen---The Little Mermaid. We took the bus from downtown so that we didn't have to walk the whole way along the harbor. On the way to The Little Mermaid we saw the most beautiful rainbow.
We had one more great supper cooked by Lotte and after a leisurely evening chatting, we had to start the project of making sure we could get everything in our luggage, and we had to make sure we weren't overweight!
... for thanksgiving with people using their traditional family recipes. The kitchen staff at the hojskole was nice enough to let us use their big kitchen and more importantly, the oven. However, I think we caused the cook a heart-attack when we put foil over the turkeys to cook, she said that we cant do that and it dries out the meat and we were like noo it keeps moisture in, I mean Danes dont cook huge genetically modified turkeys like Americans do so we told her ...
... was given 250kr. for decorations and in Denamrk that isnt much for the large hall we had. We went and got lots of cheap (for Denmark) candy so we could put the candy on a table and use the bags as decorations. We also got about 100 candy cane ornaments to hang up on the vine plants inside (did I tell you that we live in a Greenhouse? Well with snow it is now an igloo lol). We then got markers and streamers and drew all different candies and colored them and taped ...
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