Hotel Nora CopenHagen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and not something else. Just as I began to type, a middle-aged woman came up to us and said "Want some help?" We smiled back and accepted the offer. She explained that we were looking at oatmeal but said the bag that we had in our hand wasn't as good as the other kind. Both were on sale. She said that the kind that we were holding was too mushy and wet, but didn't know how to say this in English, so she showed us with her mouth and tongue. It was pretty funny. ...
... Europe with Denmark, Norway, Sweden at 8.30 pm. We had 4m clearance - hope that was at low tide! As always our captain saluted the bridge with his musical crescendo and honks - he is such a proud Italian captain of his ship and loves showing it off - this time to the vehicles slowing to watch us pass under and all the passengers that were deck side to marvel at it. We retired early for our disembarkation at 8 ...
... a market to get some wine for the cruise and we went back to the hotel for a rest. We rested for a couple of hours and then went out for lunch/dinner. As I mentioned yesterday, it is very expensive here. We each had pizza and a beer - the bill came to about $50. We needed to walk it off, so we found the Round Tower. It is an astronomical observatory tower built in 1657. Most of the climb was a circular ramp, but ...
... but ti does give an opportunity to see "old stuff" from other countries.
Walking around also gave us an opportunity to go to one of many open air cafes along the main canal and have local cuisine. In this case Joe had different types of Herring, while I had another type of fish and chips. Not fried. The other unusual thing we found that people walk up and order a to go beer and then just walk around drinking ...
... was served with red cabbage braised with apples. Mental note - fantastic combination.
We had noticed that all the blinds were down, then before dessert, the lights went off, and a parade of waiters carried square cake size flaming baked alaskas around the dining room. It looked fantastic, and tasted even better, as did our free glass of bubbly (did I mention a questionnaire?!).
Then it was a case of cheese to finish our amazing ...