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... wish my family were there. There were rides and games and lots of vendors and food and it was really cool. Then we went back to the hostel to take a break before we went to the Royal Library and the National Museum. The library was huge and the design was beautiful. And the National Museum was so interesting
Wednesday, we were up early to be at the airport for our flight to Amsterdam. :)
... much like Vikings to me.
Elenka, our amiga Lynn and I have gone to Europe. On our way there we
did a stopover in Iceland. The apartment we rented in Reykjavik came with
a car so we were able to see 500 kilometres of it during our short visit.
Siggy, the fellow who owns the place where we stayed, explained to us ad nauseam how Iceland had taken in Vietnamese refugees during the Communist takeover ...
... impressive to look at. The opera house across the river lines up perfectly with these buildings. Dad and I happened to be there at the changing of the guard ceremony, which was cool to see. Just down the street, and in view from the square, was Frederiks Church. It is circular in form and it's massive dome is really stunning to see from the inside. We also stopped into the Design Museum which was interesting and also a good break for a beer.
We made our way back ...
... which is a small comfortable economy hotel. The room is clean, but Spartan, with free Wi-Fi. After putting the luggage in the room, we walked through the train station to get to Tivoli Gardens. We got dinner in the station at a place called 'Yum Yum’. It was $15 for a large serving of teriyaki chicken and white rice, and it was the worst Chinese food we have ever had!
Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park that opened ...
... the west side of the island when returning to port at the end of the cruise, entering Copenhagen from the north. The most inconvenient for us, was that the ship is too big to dock in Stockholm, instead anchoring at a town an hour south of there, causing significantly more trouble in getting to our touristic destination. More on that later.
Our new best buds are two of our tablemates from Winnipeg. Stuart and Karen actually didn't join the cruise until the third day, ...