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... our minds and more for our hip pocket as we were pleasantly surprised to find that we could in fact afford to eat and even drink in this country. We were not sure if it was cheap full stop, but it was certainly cheaper than Norway and thus it felt as though everything was a bit of a bargain.
The next discovery was less about our hip pocket and more about our eyes as Jo took me on a tour of the Royal Palace and famous Cathedrals. She was keen to see the amazing ...
... lazy on vacation that it’s too much effort (white people problems...) :)
I’m sitting on our bed as I write this with the Cruise Playlist going on the new speaker I bought at the Newark airport (so glad I got it), and I’m looking out our glass wall (to call them windows is not right) at the ocean gliding by. It’s a little cooler today, otherwise, I’d be out there on one of the two loungers. If ...
... little being the key word), Amalienborg Castle - the Royal Palace (with the changing of the guards), the Playhouse and back up Nyhavn again. I took the metro back to Norreport and had dinner at Haché (144 DK) and headed back to the B&B....by about 6:15. I was very tired and happy to be back early. Quick shower, then talked with Anne Marie and off to bed by 10:30...and tossed and turned for ...
Today Ken and Andrea went off to Lund while the Susan's continues their explorations of Malmo. Lund was an unexpected delight. It is an old town which houses Lund University. Turns out that this is a large university with a beautiful campus and many museums. K & A took the train to Lund. Swedish trains are ultramodern and fast. They had an express train and it took them only ten minutes to get there and cost $11 for two. Once they arrived in Lund they headed to the ...
... style, all kinds. In fact, it's very much like Brighton on a weekday.
We walked around town and enjoyed the sun, found a brilliant clothing store having a closing down sale so bought a bunch of warm clothes for Alaska. Hopefully that will mean I won’t need them and it’ll be sunny, just to spite my suitcase. Had pizza, then sushi, at a lovely restaurant with tables out in the sun until it started raining, followed by more walking and ...
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