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... but it was too hot and time was getting on so we climbed back into the Merc and set off to try and find Frilandsmuseet Museum, the oldest Open Air museum in Europe, at Lyngby, opened in 1897 can you believe that. The museum covers 40 hectares, it is one of the largest and oldest open-air museums in the world. When we walked in to buy tickets we found out it was free, as it was closing in an hour. We gave it a quick look; it is 40 hectares so really is a full day deal. ...
... only right.
Anyways, Sam mentioned that there were trampolines around the corner so naturally that was the exercise to burn off dinner. It was hilarious to see everyone turn into kids just jumping around these simple trampolines. I filmed another dance video here for my sister, Mai Bao, and her boyfriend, Tsongfw, for their generous donations to making my trip possible. I am so very thankful. Three videos down, 14 more to go! Easy peasy :)
... her, he had a very chatty mother.
He was a wonderful guide and it was a very interesting three hours.
Copenhagen has unfortunately had 6 major fires since 1735.
The city was mainly built in wood in those days, so once a fire took hold it would decimate a lot of the city. When the fireman would drag a hose around the corner of the building it would cause a kink in the hose and hence no ...
... ville when one of those "by chance " events occurred that turned the visit into a useful and informative occasion.
One of the guys needed to use toilet facilities (and it was not JT) and was about to hide behind a tree conveniently located in the village green area. Hearing voices nearby and fearing discovery, he thought quickly and enlisted their aid in finding one.
One Mr Luke who had lived the village all his life (we think his cousin might ...
A few more blocks south was the Nyhavn habour area. This was very touristy with its coloured buildings and multitude of restaurants along the waterfront.