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... who, at that point, had nothing to do because everyone else was still asleep. We were afraid that she wouldn't hold up all that well in the Frankfurt, Germany terminal on a very long layover, but she surprised us all. Again, we went to the Lufthansa business class lounge and were a little disappointed, but managed to pass the time well enough. They did have the most incredible German foot long hot dogs and sauerkraut, but short of that, nothing ...
... and my feet were throbbing. I needed Tadd to massage my feet like he does when I'm out of work. We found a green light, which is going to be really hard to describe, but we played in the rays of it. That was fun. Emery became a model for some photographer. After a long walk home and crowded bus ride, I finally got into bed around 4am. I am really happy with my last minute decisions and it made me realize that I don't always have to be so frugal-- when in Copenhagen sometime $50 is worth ...
... music room, then the throne room, where the Prime Minister appears on the balcony to reveal the news of a monarchs passing with the words, "The king is dead, long live the king." It was here we began wondering why there were no staff about and if we were meant to be there. We then saw groups starting to enter the room feet clad in blue forensic shoe covers from the opposite direction. We thought we had better not walk on the rugs, they are old after all. . . We went into ...
... It was absolutely delicious! Following lunch I went to the Rosenborg Castle. It seemed older and darker than the Christiansborg castle I had seen the day before. The top floor contained the throne room, which was nice, and the treasury contained lots of shiny things. The exterior of the castle was beautiful to look at but I wasn't as impressed with the interior. From the castle I went to Amalienborg Castle where the Queen and crown prince live. This castle was ...
... less than two feet wide that we took for a piece of monochromatic art.
With a few hours before we would meet Vince, we lucked into an excellent café just around the corner for some coffee and pastries (at this point, we had no idea what meal we should be eating as it was 3 am California time). Our first order of business was to solve the vexing problem of using smart phones internationally. We would need to communicate with Vince all week ...