Hotel CABINN Scandinavia
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... join the bike lane. Since I am still figuring out my biking identity, I fluctuate between a brow-sweating pace and a slower speed to watch a beautiful city wake up. Corporate cyclists in suits, dresses, and stilettos ebb and flow beside me, some swiftly grab free newspapers from vendors at intersections. I swerve into the passing lane to overtake parents hauling their children to school in their bike wagons. The kids are usually happy to enjoy the seemingly electrified ...
... 20 minutes or so with Abby cycling between suffering, frustration and ripping bites off of those poor french fries. But guess what? The french fries won the day! By the time we left that restaurant, she was a different kid. Mended, sated, and happy, yeah! Everyone was feeling great on the walk back to the hotel. But do you know what was really weird? It was now around 9PM and still broad daylight. Huh? Anyway, back at the hotel we relaxed and started to unpack and get ...
... by Mark's mor og for waiting for us with flowers in hand.
Once the flowers were in water, Mark and I said skĺl to our safe arrival with a bottle of Tarlant champagne and (my mom's personal favorite) Mark's homemade rillette and french bread. Rillette is the french synonym for a deep-fried Twinkie. It is shredded and salted pork, which is then stewed in duck fat and chilled with enough fat on top so that it creates a paste. It is ...
... another Irish Coffee. Kaliah tried to teach them how to speak better English without such strong constants. It was a silly conversation. I ended up using her United States map made out of ripped napkin to explain various accents and their regions The coffee obviously woke me up and I was able to start having conversations again. Hanna and Lauren were tired so they ventured home. However, we stayed for a bit longer and talked with our new friends. I learned quite ...
... hip" Vesterbro neighbourhood, making transit and walking easy. Sorry that I’m in the Meat-Packing District with street names like Slaughterhouse Street. They don’t actually slaughter animals here anymore, but there’s still processing going on. It’s also now a desirable area to live, with many restaurants and cafés.
I ventured out of the city one day to the Karen Blixen Museum, taking the train, then walking ...