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... and milk. It was yummy but I think I like it better when I can use all berries. I then watched a video that mom had sent me. Once I was finished watching the video I went back upstairs to wake Mia up because Vicki and Anders had made pancakes and bacon. I then went back downstairs to help Anders make some sandwiches for lunch. Once we were finished I went back upstairs to do my makeup and get dressed for the day. When I was upstairs I also re-packed my suitcase so that everything ...
... and avoid the $12AUD parking fee, and so I walked through the bit red gates and into the park. I wasn't about to go on a ride entirely on my own so I just took in the sights, pushed through the throngs of people and emerged on the other side of the park within the larger Jaegersborg Deer Park within which Bakken is located. I walked for a little while, hoping to see some deer, but nothing. The Deer Park is over 10 square kilometres, and I figured deer are probably ...
... and then on to the Yellow House after a few wrong turns on the hill above the town. Johan and Louise welcomed us into their home before we took a short trip to the sea and the first dip of the trip for the boys. By the time we got back to the house Louise's daughter Charlotte had arrived with her children Nico, Ted and Thomasine. The children played for the rest of the evening and Sophie cooked a traditional Swedish meatloaf which was ...
... a Danish woman when he was visiting his brother in Denmark and so has lived their for 6 years and now has a child. He told us many stories about Denmark's history of course. For example, there are so many Frederiks and Christians in the royal family history since there is a tradition on the male side to name the first born either Frederik or Christian, alternating in each generation. This is probably why you have the names of the suburbs of Copenhagen such ...
... he was from Australia and living in Sweden and working in Copenhagen.
There was a bit of a chat but as it was late we all settled down for a nights sleep.
We woke in the morning and we were nearly in Copenhagen.
We we arrived we had to catch the train to the airport for our flight to Dubai.