Hotel Niels Juel
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... out again...it has been 3 months. It'll be an uphill chore.
--Read...a lot. We hear retired people to do that.
--Take a nap. We hear retired people are able to do that too.
--Start writing. We hear retired people have time to be creative.
--Do a Sudoku a day. We hear retired people can start new hobbies.
--Get to know each other without jobs taking up most of our waking hours.
--So far the 26th year of marriage has been pretty ...
... performance. So far smooth sailing. We have a very comfortable cabin, well appointed bathroom and wardrobes, lounge area, writing bureau, a large flat screen tv with a wide variety of shows and movies. Our balcony has new furniture (but the ship is only 12 months old) and has a large overhang from the top deck that gives us protection. Our 11 days will be amazing and I didn't mention the food, which is ...
... hotel but we decided we had lugged the bags far enough and took a cab. The hotel is a block from the waterfront and about half a mile from Nyhavn - one of the main tourist areas. Copenhagen is very expensive. A burger and fries in Nyhavn costs about $25.00 A donut at 7-11 costs about $3. We were able to find some good pasta in a nearby restaurant for about $15.00 apiece . Fortunately we get a buffet breakfast at the hotel.
... less stressful with Ida taking my carry on luggage and Anne helping me find a place for my big one.
The train to Copenhagen arrived at 1:25pm. After alighting the train, we found (with difficulty) the place to buy the 'Copenhagen Card'- the card which will allow us to ride public transport and enter museums. We bought a 48 hour one that will start from tomorrow.
The place where we're staying is a girl's apartment we found online. It was on a ...
The bug passed after a day with a lot of help from some soup lovingly made by Nina's mum, Marrianne, and a sleep. Today I woke up fine albeit with a very red left eye. Nina's mum who had looked after me explained that Nørrebro was a recently invaded by younger people looking for cheap places to live but I had to go to a certain area away from the main street. Aldo, Nina's dad offered to lend me his bike so I spent the morning in the chicest coffee place I have ever ...