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In the rear grounds were several horse carriages practicing their rounds. The stables were included in the combo ticket but they open at 1.30pm so I couldn't go with my 2pm flight.
I was expecting something like the Vienna Riding School ...
... and brought them to the Nyahvn Canal, Amalienborg Palac, and Marble Church to show them more of what we know in Copenhagen. When showing them around, I shared the facts that I have learned and experiences that I have had at these places with them - I felt like a true tour guide. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I remembered and know about this place ...
... a quick stop at the iconic Little Mermaid statue -- which we'd missed the night before -- on the way to the airport, but otherwise it was a very quick and imminently more sane journey than our drive in. Again, signage at the airport proved challenging, but we did manage to get the car returned and backtrack our way to the international terminal where check-in was deceptively quick and painless.
... a lunch break which was pizza.
When we came back we spent four hours to get Maggie's tattoo. it looked awesome. Pretty much the whole of her thigh.
Right at the end i got a 8mm mini tattoo.
Dinner came about and we just got some salad and went back to the hostel.
Thursday 28th August 2014
... to be carbon neutral by 2020. Many have universities and Malmo has international recognition as the fourth most inventive city in the world based on the patent applications,7th most bicycle friendly city, and attracts bio tech and IT companies...it is rated 5th in Scandinavia on the Global Cities index.. Jean is snoozing off..Poor girl, Rob has her chasing her tail all around looking at all these churches and museums walking on cobblestones and climbing stairs, but she ...