Hotell Viking by Maxwell
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... could keep myself occupied. While we waited for Lauren, we grabbed a beer at the Australian bar. We had wanted to go in a few weeks ago but there was a cover, but at 8pm there was not. It was a very "American" bar as I termed, and Kailah teased because it was Australian. I am glad we didn't pay the 50 Kr to get in. Once everyone was together, we made our way to the bus stop. We saw a great view of the city. I walked into a convience store to see if they had a ...
... Although we didn't get there on land, we could also see the outskirts of Christiana. This is a neighborhood that was declared autonomous by a group of anarchists back in 1971. They created their own social institutions, established their own laws, and flew their own flag. Rather than deal with the consequences of shutting it down, the Danish government called it a social experiment and left the roughly1000 residents alone. The experiment continues ...
... Shortly after we parted ways. I had hoped she would join me later that evening but it didn't work out. I headed back to my accommodations to change and stopped by the Chabbad house for an hour and a half until they brought out the main course. When the food was served I left to go meet up with Guy Zinman's friends around the corner from where I was staying. We hung out for a few hours before I went home to catch some sleep before my train to Berlin left in the morning. ...
Friends and family know me well. I am one of those annoying people who finds herself with itchy fit after spending more than one month in one place. A flaw, or some would say, a fantastic characteristic of my personality which 5 years ago pushed me to abandon my mountains and my beloved city of Grenoble and set off to study in Birmingham, otherwise known as "the ashtray with lights".
This time last ...
... with everything lit up and watching people on the rides and taking part in the usual fairground games of luck and skill. We paused to watch some young children on a mini version of The Abyss where you drop like a stone from a great height. They were raised up and dropped from only about 10 feet up in the air but they all loved it and it was lovely watching their squeals of pleasure as they played just like the grownups.