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... of house read; Peter had a stew of pork cheeks (I kept seeing those poor little piggies with no cheeks--we had a discussion about which cheeks were being referenced! Ha! Ha!)--Sandy and those of you who have gone to Cyprus, this dish is very similar to kleftiko, plus he had fries and a dark Belgian beer. Mike had smoked salmon, fresh white asparagus (asparagus is in season right now so you can get it everywhere although it is large ...
... create a temporary fix....for all of 5 minutes of walking. So I had to go barefoot. For quite a long time. We had spotted flip flops in the shops earlier. So we were headed back there.... We stopped by a small park to have some lunch - avocado on rugbrod! And continued down towards Amalianborg Slot, the royal palaces and home to the Danish Royal family. The buildings were old and pretty with a large fountain. Nyhaven is another Copenhagen classic sight - a small section ...
... vying for the cruise traffic as they walked by. "He’s the fake" one driver would yell “FU” would respond the other. Seems that the original HOHO driver had the best sales pitch as our bus was full and the other was near empty. Not that there was pushing and shoving, but explicative’s were exchanged, even to the point that when our bus was ready to pull out the other driver backed his bus up within 2” of ours in ...
... got there I started following my "Lund on Foot" tour map and discovered that Sweden is, indeed, a part of Europe after all! I was starting to have my doubts, since all I had seen so far looked suspiciously like the US.
... all the dangerous germs in the water. While the beer was super-light, it kept people alive in a way that water wouldn't.
He had great stories about why the display table was set with lemons (expensive, to show off), how they would use the table cloth to wipe their hands, and how their knives were not only for eating, but for showing off wealth. He had stories about the great ballroom and how Shakespeare's players visited it, and reported back very accurately. ...