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... Hungarian fillers (not in use), 10 Romanian lei cents, 1.01 pounds, 1 ukranian coin, 3 Danish kroner
# of New beers: 68
# of times we did laundry: 3
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: ...
... of the guard there but this time were content to view it from the seaward side. We then turned into Christianhaven. This had been created by a former king based on the canals of Amsterdam. It is a series of canals on artificial islands and certainly mimics those of the Dutch city. Here were many boats tied up along the edges and apartment buildings and beautiful churches. The imposing spiral staircase spire of the Church of Our Saviour ...
... br> The flight over was super easy with a direct flight from Chicago (there is also one from Dulles if anyone is thinking of visiting!). The flight attendant must have thought I was a local and started to speak to me in Danish. I’m sure the look on my face immediately gave me away because she quickly switched to English. But I took it as a compliment.
We took a bus with a bunch of other DIS (my study abroad institution) students and ...
... at the time.) He had a lot of insight and I learned a whole lot just on the bus ride.
We got to our first stop, Kornborg Castle, which is the castle from Hamlet. (He kept pronouncing it like Cornwall- I was so confused.) Again, he was great at explaining life in the castle. He pointed out where the grain would be and why they would turn it (to keep it from burning). He also pointed out that they used the grain to make beer because the boiling and the ...
... in which our table was
situated to add to the amazing ambience. The table was elegantly set, with more
uniquely-shaped wine glasses and champagne flutes than poppy seeds on a byrkes roll
(see former post). It was awesome. We had a delicious shrimp salad with Eggs
Benedict and dill to start with, trout for the main course (not rainbow trout,
but something more like salmon), and many things in between to be topped off
with a cheese dish for the adults, and a berry ...