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... 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 ...
... shop as they don’t clear the doorway. That’s one way of making sure that they don’t lose any trolleys.
While I am writing this Geoff is sitting in a lounge chair watching the Trains go by with the Door sized window open, The Hotel is situated beside the Osterport Railway Station and trains are as close as 5 metres from the window. Although this sounds very close when the window is closed you can hardly hear the trains.
... funds the medical system throughout most of Europe so you can go and get treated in any hospital you wish free of charge, but do not expect the same type of care that you receive here in the States (which just gets me thinking...medical necessity or insurance fraud?). The doctor put Abby through the normal checkup that you receive whenever you bring a child anywhere. They checked her ears, checked her throat, felt her stomach; all the things that help them ...
... 8211;One of Stacey’s birthday presents for Place. The food was great, but the service lacked a bit.
Went to the early show. The Princess singers and Dancers performed "What a Swell Party". A Col Porter themed show. It was really good. The singing and dancing are fantastic. After dinner we went to Crooners Bar. It was meant to be just one guy performing Billy Joel song and he is pretty good. Next thing two other ...
... Palace, which has been the residence of the Danish Royal family since 1749. Next we had a quick look at a beautiful church with a large dome. It was Evangelical Lutheran, apparently the largest in Denmark.
We then headed towards Rosenborg castle and wandered its grounds, which are now a public park. The castle is a museum and houses Denmark's crown jewels in the Treasury in the basement, so we decided to pay the admission and ended up spending almost two hours ...