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... Agnes is there to greet us along with 3 other girls. Turns out that’s all the people for dinner.
We arrived there at 4pm and spend the next 2 hours engaged in conversation. Two of the girls are from Romania and one is from Latvia while Agnes is from Hungary. For dinner we have traditional Hungarian food, Stuffed cabbage leaves with sauerkraut. The food was great, and I must make this one day. Apple pie for desert tops of a great evening of ...
Thursday the 23rd of
October – Up around 6am ready
for a 9.50 take-off, we had breakfast at the hotel and arrived in
good time at the airport. Our flight to Copenhagen was smooth with
the odd bump in spite of predicted strong winds. All our flights
have been smooth so far. Pete's suitcase didn't fare s well – the
pull-out handle wouldn't pull out and one side broke when forced. On
closer inspection later in our hotel, he ...
... right outside where Princess Mary lives. The flag was up so the family was home, but unfortunately we didn't see them :( After the tour ended we did some more walking on our own. We went to see the Little Mermaid statue and got a late lunch at a sushi restaurant. The weather wasn't the best but we walked around some more before heading back to the hostel. We did some more research about attractions we wanted to see in the next few weeks, and ...
I had a stop over night in Copenhagen before heading back across the sea to mainland Europe. I was staying in the same hostel as before, Sleep in Heaven, and therefore knew what I was going to find. It was odd though. I kept thinking that the same people I had met there before were still there.. Whenever I realised they weren't I felt a bit sad. In the morning I left the hostel early so I could get some breakfast at the station. I had noticed ...
... mermaid, another was a statue of a soldier, erected in memory of the fallen in WW2 and, of course, Hans Christian Anderson’s Little Mermaid, which predictably had crowds of tourists round it.
We passed little souvenir shops selling postcards, t-shirts and beachwear, as well as ice-cream and snack stalls and another kiosk selling beer.