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... you aren't in ok shape, it is a bit of a climb. I loved it.
Inside sloping walkway looking up (above) and down (below).
Today we went to a bakery for Delicious baked goods.
after this we headed to the markets again and had some delicious dips and bread. we also go juice and fruit.
We then made our way to Bakken, the oldest amusement park in the world. we got to the train station and due to track work we couldn't find where to go . so we traveled one stop which was a lager station. We ...
... probably still getting their luggage!
Carrying everything will be a challenge, but one with definite rewards!
We decided to walk through the City Center to acclimate to Copenhagen. Of course, after getting about a half mile away from the hotel, we were treated to a pretty steady rain. We hid out in a toy store and then a grocery store while the rain blew itself out. By the way, one reason I suspect the Danes are so fit is that they ...
... a huge swing, but so high in the air. Anne and Ida didn't want to try, so I went on solo. I was actually quite scared as we were raised slowly in the air, though it did give a beautiful view of the city. You didn't feel 100% secure, sitting there on a swing which was moving in the wind, but that also made it thrilling.
I went on another ride by myself, on called the Golden Tower, which is pretty much exactly the same as teh Giant Drop. When you are at the ...
... wavering between wistful and just plain ****** off. And then, with a look of determination that is rare, she stuffed it into her mouth and took a bite that I swear was the equivalent of a redneck opening a beer bottle with his teeth. Hilarious! But not to her. Her poor little stomach was still rebelling and you could see that it took everything she had to keep it down. Little cries would escape her mouth with each spasm, but again, that determination! And so it went for ...