Hotel Nora CopenHagen
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Onto our first actual morning of the vacation, and we even slept until 8am with only a little waking up overnight – score! After a nice shower, we felt like real people again. MIL Sarah stayed home while Nathan and I headed off for our very favorite tradition: Coffee Walk. A highlight of our lives at home, Coffee Walk consists of – you guessed it – walking somewhere near our house for coffee and ...
... and other objects that are centuries old and not touching.
We saw a lathe in what looked like a dining room…. It was a true piece of furniture. We didn’t recognize what it was till an older man who works there told us. We saw the throne room that had several propaganda tapestries; I didn’t even know that there was such a thing.
Next we went into the basement that they have turned into the treasury room. It had ...
... at a deep level. From this side of the water, we had a ferry good view of the Bridge. This particular bridge is unfinished. They started to build it from both sides... only to realise before the yep were halfway across that someone had made a gross miscalculation and that the two sides were not and could never meet in the middle. Work came to a halt, verbal shots were fired, and the company went bust, leaving two halves of a bridge which are at two different ...
... back to the hotel.
All jokes aside we have been having an absolutely wonderful time on the trip so far. We have learned a lot together about the places we have visited and of course about each other and every day we are thankful to have the opportunity to begin our life together in such a grand way. We look forward to sharing more stories and pictures along the way as we move into our second month on the road.
David and ...
... little more lax on their security.
In Copenhagen, we needed local currency – the krone. This is about 7-1 with the dollar. Even with the favorable exchange, it is very expensive. My local lunch of tomato soup and a half sandwich (Denmark is known for their open-face sandwiches) cost about $25.
That night, we sat on our pool deck and watched a movie. The farther north we go, the later and later it is before ...