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... kind of live music so even though I can't understand it, it's great. I have gotten goosebumps a couple times and when that happens it always is when I hear song. One word that came up was butterfly. One of the only words I could understand. I thought that was pretty strange, but as always Nik is always with me. I'm glad my guardian angel is getting some travel in as well. ----- I also walked around the park, which was awesome to see ...
... with Chris Carter in staring roles. Chris gifts were due to the fact that when people asked what he did he told them that he worked in theatre and they all thought he meant the theatre of the performing arts. This held out for at least 2 days. There was also a mock wedding which Chris was the wedding singer and I had to give the bride away. A very funny ...
... flooding this castle town, asking where Hamlet's grave is. Well, he may not have been real, but tourism money talks. So they built a Hamlet's Grave nearby to satisfy the hordes. They seem to have a love-hate relationship with Hamlet here; we heard a tour guide sneering to a group that "I hope you didn't just come here to find Hamlet," but yet they sell To Be Or Not To Be T-shirts in the gift shop, and show Hamlet performances in the courtyard all summer. For us, the castle ...
... tell you were somewhere different.
It was all hand-built houses, colourful painted walls, organic coffee shops, outdoor fire pots, friendly faces, and an overwhelming stench of weed.
It was gorgeous though, and the laws of this place were what we should all live off!
No hard drugs
and so many more!
They weren't laws. They were life!
... on the Hamlet connection and is the venue for numerous Shakespeare festivals.
Five hundred years and fifteen miles separate Helsingor from Louisiana, Copenhagen's newest modern art museum. Louisiana was name of the original property; it is named for the owner’s three wives, all of whom were named Louise. As much as art museum it is a venue, a beautiful parklike setting on the Baltic; the grounds are full of couples, young and old, ...