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... Denmark from invasion by the speeds. Kronberg was also the inspiration for Shakespeare's Elsnore Castle in Hamlet. We got to go on a tour of Kronberg and had time to explore the outside with a view of nearby Swededn. Our guide here was dressed in period costume and did a pose from Hamlet with a scull. He was another terrific guide and very knowledgable about Kronborg. We said goodbye to Claus after this stop. Ruth was said to see him leave. He was a delightful person. ...
... It was super interesting talking to these people because the way that they discussed it made it sound so ordinary. Cycling children around is the norm here and not one parent mentioned having any concern for their children's safety. My favorite quote of the day was: "It's weird to me that you're even asking me questions about riding my bike, it's just something we do. We don't even think about it like this." I can't get over how different this mentality is from ...
... quite flat, the only hills occurring around bridges, and the infrastructure is phenomenal. There is a wide sidewalk for pedestrians, a step down to another wide area for bikes, a step down to street level for parked cars (on some streets) and then traffic. Most bike lanes are one way, so there is either another bike path on the other side of the streets or if the street is one way street, just the one way bike lane. Bikes ...
... a later post, but the parties have ranged from 1920's Great Gatsby themed to Aussie Bogans complete with Southern Cross (fake) tattoos.
Although it may seem otherwise, I am in fact still a student enrolled at a university. The Swedish education system is significantly different to Australia's, having the year divided into quarters where you take two subjects in each. For the first study period I am taking an Introduction to Control Engineering (a ...
... s packed filled day of orientation and class book pick-ups Note: After socializing with people on the floors, it has come quite apparent that Dad has made me the most prepared among all the students. I.e. how to work public transportation, where to get currency exchange (or where not), where to buy groceries, how to get adapters, how to get a SIM card for the phone etc. I have to dumb myself down when talking in order to not sound like a know it ...