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Dad left me in Amsterdam yesterday after seeing the maritime museum so I mooched around the city scouting out the hostel I'm staying in with Charlie (when I asked at the posh hotel the name of the hostel drew a gasp from the receptionist). I left plenty of time for the train (I got bored) but no-one could tell me where my train was going from so I went with the person who sounded most confident; however that train was going to Prague with ...
... include English translations), I took the train into the center of Copenhagen and managed to stumble upon John, one of the other Purdue BMEs, in the middle of the train station. Again, thank god for that since I guess the people of Copenhagen (much like the Irish) haven't discovered the power of mobile internet!
Copenhagen was great in the end. Public infrastructure is a really big deal-- you can take a train, tram, subway, or bus ...
... and I had a great time. We four Sullivans went into a
"slagterforretning" (which, if you look at the words closely,
I'm sure you'll have no trouble realizing that this would have something to do
with slaughtering, ergo, a butcher shop), and it was everything you'd hope it'd
be and more. The windows, shelves and countertops were covered with sausages,
liverwurst, pÔtÚs, and other meats, all decorated with things like
... adventures along the E22. We had a lunch stop after an hour and a half at the Blue Cafe - very rural, quaint. I had a shrimp sandwich and shared a soda with Jean. Then back on the bus for the three hour trip to Copenhagen. (Country #3). On the bus I read and typed my journal. We made one more pit stop at a service station where we bought candy and drinks for later. We then proceeded onto Copenhagen, taking the bridge tunnel route - 1 bridge, 1 tunnel; unlike the Bay ...
So today both of the girls teams played two matches and the boys played one match.
The C1 girls won one and lost their second. The C3 girls played very well agains the first team but lost by one point and then lost their second team to a team of girls 16 and 17 by 3 points.
The C3 team will have 4 Danish girls playing with them. They are from a small town and play ...