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Today we took a day excursion to Malmö, Sweden, which was a surprisingly short train ride, less than 30 minutes. I was a little underwhelmed by the bike infrastructure, I feel as though I may never be impressed again after experiencing Copenhagen. They do have over 500 km of bike lanes, and are considered the world’s 6th most bike friendly city, so clearly something is working there. I was really impressed with their ...
... soccer game to be played in Berlin, the place was electric! There were so many exuberant people ready to watch the game on the big screens, and we had as much fun watching the crowd as looking at the scenery - lovely, lovely place. We walked and ate and observed for a few hours, and finally, we were exhausted from our busy day. We grabbed a cab back to the ship where we were able to watch the tivoli fireworks from the top deck - it was a great way to end the ...
... duck and of course - the Christmas pudding (along with home made custard).
Not a huge list for cultural eating in Denmark...as all we ate was Christmas treats. But I did have a Tuborg (the beer of Danish kings) and a Carlsberg. Although we skipped the smørrebrød Steph and I shared some traditional pastries during our walking tour.
Christmas movies watched:
Miracle on 34th
It's a wonderful life
Home alone 1 and ...
... her mom to see where they were. We then went to meet her, Dan and their friend Winnie near the middle of the park. Once we met them we walked to the bumper cars because Dan really wanted to go on them. We then went on a mini drop zone because the big one still freaked Mia and I out. Around 5:30pm we met Anders. After going on the little drop zone I worked up the courage to go on the bigger one with Dan. It was awesome!! We then walked around some more and watched the ...
... You are now entering the EU." Christiania is known as Free Christiania because it has it's own law code that it follows. So when you are walking around, there are booths that sell hash, pot, pieces, etc., and many people smoking as well, but it is legal in just this area (84 acres). Although you aren't supposed to take pictures, I tried to secretly get a few to ...