Hotell Viking by Maxwell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were in a hurry. Instead I chilled out. We went to the bakery and then shopped around in the shops. I originally came there for gifts but I ended up gifting myself instead. Even better. We went up to Nemoland in Christiana and sat on some benches. We got into a conversation with a guy who told us three striking things: 1) he was married 2) he was just accepted into masters school 3) he comes from a family of professional alcoholics. We talked about Danish and ...
... panel on the ceiling and floor. I wish I could have gone past the railing, I would have twirled around and appreciated the room to it's fullest effect. The mirrors were so old, really a everything in the castle was, so it's really incredible it's all still there. And interesting story I learned (as I was following closely behind an Asian family who I believe paid for a tour guide, but spoke English so I pretended I was apart of their group) was about the king himself. ...
... Then in the afternoon that day, a nasty/slightly crazy Italian man pushed me out of the door I was standing in and slammed the door on me. I had no idea what he was trying to say to me. Well, it doesn't surprise me, Rome hates me! The day after we took our plane to Copenhagen and found our air bnb. It was in a pretty nice area. So on Wednesday (16 April) we explored Copenhagen. I was surprised that the prices were actually quite reasonable for things like food and ...
... when I told them that this is what I wanted to do. "You want to study communications... but Luce, you are unable to communicate". Those words still rang in my ears when I started my new life in Scotland. However, I have come into my own and found a degree which I believe suits me the best.
Anyway, enough wattling, here I am in SVERIGE! A country which until recently I had never set foot in, and my knowledge of, ...
... about the 'loner' at a volume just low enough to fade out before reaching my ear-drums. While I always try to make sure I've got something to look at or read, I no longer care who may or may not be looking at me. It's necessity. Last time I checked, I have to eat. And my friends are all elsewhere on the planet, mostly in the UK so going to dinner with some mates isn't on the cards. I've noticed that people have a stigma about doing stuff alone - not just eating, but the idea ...