Travel Blogs from Frederiksberg
We went under many very low bridges in our tour and past important buildings such as Christianborg Palace, the Thorvaldstet Museum and the Black Diamond, the new Library with its black glass panels which catch the afternoon sun and glitter like a diamond. It was a great hour spent on the boat and we saw more than when we were here before. We returned to Nyhaven at 7pm. By this time it was very chilly and as we had not really ...
... off at our dorm which is right in the center of town. We are two minutes from the classrooms, a block away from the major walking street Strøget, and a couple blocks from Tivoli Garden the world’s second oldest amusement park. Our dorm (Skindergade 40, obviously pronounced Skinne-gull) is a little bit old but has an adorable courtyard with apartment style rooms and a big kitchen. There are seven people on my floor and they are all great! After we ...
... all the dangerous germs in the water. While the beer was super-light, it kept people alive in a way that water wouldn't.
He had great stories about why the display table was set with lemons (expensive, to show off), how they would use the table cloth to wipe their hands, and how their knives were not only for eating, but for showing off wealth. He had stories about the great ballroom and how Shakespeare's players visited it, and reported back very accurately. ...
... the girls that the
waiter came and put sweetened dry ice over, so that it seemed to smoke. While
having coffee, they brought out gold, silver and bronze foamy chocolate that
looked like rocks on some alien planet from the old version of Star Trek inside
of which were cranberries. Yes, it was all delicious, and the experience was
for a long time at the table; in America I would be nervous about sitting at a
... who has been reading cycling mags, then) of 3 for 100m and then I overtook again, holding it onto the last long stretch. I dug in a little, realising that they weren't going to go past and catch 8th as I'd expected though we could still see him. That final stretch seemed to have picked up the wind that had previously been on the edge before it, and I figured that would give me a shove to the finish as it reversed. Feet were still with me and I hung on, now ...