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... of Parfondeval - a delightful place that I will write about later.
Getting back into traffic at Charles de Gaulle airport was a challenge but we made the flight to Copenhagen in good time and flew from overcastconditions to brilliant sunshine at 7pm in the evening.
The 3 star hotel choice made for us has not been particularly successful - but it is only for one night until we join our cruise ship tomorrow morning. More on that - but we have ...
... just that! We had our very own Borgen tour and as it was the first Tuesday of October, the Danish parliament opened which was all very exciting. The flags were flying, the Queen was there somewhere (and maybe Princess Mary as well) and the Danish female Prime Minister, Helle, officially opened proceedings. There was a protest going on outside the parliament but we gave them a wide berth and climbed The Tower for a view over the city. For almost 100 years there was a secret room at ...
... so we were able to have the Carlsberg experience, with one in hand. Some of our friends even tried different type of Carlsbergs along the way.
I think the one of the facts I learned that was so interesting to me was that Carlsberg is not named after the founder, J.C Jacobsen. The part "Carls" is named after his son, Carl, and the part "berg" is variant ...
... One Bowl. Marissa, Kate's roommate also was there and very nice. I had a great time sitting on the patio with all of my new girlfriends chatting about endless things. No one really wanted to go out, so poor Lizzie was the only one. It was really late and I wasn't up for staying out too late, but Lizzie, Marissa, and I found a small bar next to their house. We and about six others were the only ones in it. This girl in a turtleneck dress and a boy were drunk dancing ...
... want every equal! SOOOO, they tax everything. The Value added tax is 25%. The income tax starts at 45% and goes to 69% for the highest wage earners. There is 180% tax on foreign cars. Since everyone is equal, education is free through maters degree and health care is free. The guide said they have no poor here. BUT, there is no longer enough young people paying in to the system to pay all the retirees who get equal pay. They are going to ...