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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... good to be able to unpack everything. We decide to have lunch before the dining area gets busy. Now compared to the Australian Princess based ships, the buffet area is 4 times as big with much more choices. We smile at each other as we can pick the first time cruises by the amount of food on their plate. The desserts are pre-cut ...
... in range. We had a great local map to follow and Copenhagen is a small and easy city to navigate. Denmark has 5,500,000 residents and Copenhagen has 1,300,000. It is the oldest kingdom in Europe. We drove by many sites and stopped at the Amalienborg Palace, home of Queen Margrethe II and the Royal Family, who are very beloved in Denmark. The Palace is actually several palaises and the Queen lives in one ...
... for my drink and after he opened it, he said 10 Kr. I stood for a second and laughed really? He laughed at me too...thank goodness someone was messing with me. I asked three danish girls at our bus stop if they were also going to Distortion and they were so they kind of took us under their wing for the next hour or so. Two girls were from Aarhus- the second largest city in Denmark and the other was from Copenhagen.They were very nice, and I asked them a lot ...
... rate! They also get 6 weeks of vacation a year! (After watching Frederick's recommended "Live Like a Swede" on YouTube, I'm almost tempted to!) Of course Kim, who is the absolute social butterfly provoked a few hours long conversation with them. We learned much about their family and Sweden while sharing our stories too.
I have always wondered who I would sit by on a plane... It's like a game... Maybe even the lottery. "Is the person ...
Friends and family know me well. I am one of those annoying people who finds herself with itchy fit after spending more than one month in one place. A flaw, or some would say, a fantastic characteristic of my personality which 5 years ago pushed me to abandon my mountains and my beloved city of Grenoble and set off to study in Birmingham, otherwise known as "the ashtray with lights".
This time last ...