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... vendor that were pretty much tasty burgers, Matt had fish and chips. Went shopping for groceries and found a Danish person to speak to!
We went home, fell asleep in a jet-lagged haze and Jane went out to snag some early clothes bargains which I was shown, but was too tired to recall..dress and a new jacket! Sleep came like a drug...the sun rises at 4am here though and so did Luke and I the following day!
... in amongst the rather old looking roller coasters and rides.
Video Girl walked into the Scandic hotel where she was able to get some free wifi ( the prices are horrendous on the ship) and spoke to Battery boy which made her very happy.
Video Girl walked over to meet the guide for the Free Walking Tour of Copenhagen at the steps of the town hall square (Radhuspladsen).
If you remember, ...
... of melon, and a slice of this dark Danish bread called rugbrød. Mia then had gotten these pancakes that had little holes in them, so I went back and decided to try one of those with a couple more pieces of fruit. I was feeling so full after lunch!! To drink we all got water. After lunch we decided to do a bit of walking around Støget all know as the walking streets. We went into a couple of book stores for for Vicki before heading to the Round Tower. Vicki had already ...
... don't contribute to our GPA from study abroad. So, most of us only need a 2 or a 4, although we all shot for a 12!
A whole bunch of our friends went to another FC KÝbenhavn game which was a lot of fun! We ended up leaving early because we had a going away party to go to. The idea for the party was to wear white shirts so that people could sign them, so we did that too.
Some more things that we have done so far include:
Since our time is dwindling ...
... the second floor with about a dozen rooms.
The grand hall had a collection of modern wall size tapestries, rich in colours, and a more contemporary illustration than more historical tapestries.