Hotell Viking by Maxwell
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... up. I felt like I was getting a sliver of my Sherwood Forest fix. The park had a Chinese themed area, which reminded me of part of the forest from last year a lot of part of the forest last year. I wonder if one of the artists had been here. Music continued to he great. I could swear I could smell my grandpa's cologne as the main male singer sang with his guitar. It's funny how your other senses start working when others are having ...
My eighth week delivered more excitement and incredible memories than ever anticipated. This week brought my friendship with Leandra closer, Copenhagen, Denmark and Stockholm, Sweden were underfoot and a trip of a life time has just begun. We have over come many challenges, met a lot of great people and experienced things that we will never experience again. What more could I have asked for? Today is the day, the big D day, the one Leandra and I have been planning for months and ...
... cool. It sits out on the edge of a bluff overlooking the North Sea, and you can see the buildings of Sweden from the beachhead. It's all very brooding and dramatic, much like Hamlet himself. And cold. Really, really freaking cold.
After our literary expedition, we wandered the castle's town of Helsingor. It was very cute and snug in a wintry European way- lots of twinkly lights on the pedestrian-only cobblestone street, and holiday-festive arrangements of veritable ...
... the rest of the world could take just a hint of Christiania.
I found a little café there and I was going to buy a tea, but I had no cash.
But I liked the place so much, so I walked all they way to an ATM, and back...just for a Tea.
Then it was off to what I called the colourful boat streets.
Rows of rainbow houses, butted up next to each other, creating a completely illogical rainbow, with a canal down the middle full of yachts and ...
... babies, some picnicking and others just relaxing on the grass. Parenthetically, the Rosenborg Castle incorporates a children’s playground in the gardens; similarly there were families strolling around the Kronborg castle. Clearly, the Danes enjoy their national monuments.
Louisiana’s three thousand piece collection focuses on art post-1945; both the interior of the building and exterior grounds are museums. Imposing sculptures ...