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 ...
... a church one day. After another song, the pastors gave the message. There were two guys- one speaking in English and the other in Danish. I thought that was very cool to have this kind of bilingual service. Their message was all about the uncertainty of life. They listed off quite a few statistics and ultimately coming to the point that you can't control life. He gave an example about him and his wife how they had a 1 in 4 chance of passing of Cystic Fibrosis gene. Even though it ...
... blown so many times from the other two floors lol. It was very tricky to read what everything was because the captions were in Danish and the writing was usually in Arabic. However, the museum gives its guest tablets that you can scan and read about each piece in English. I wish I could have done this for every piece but I'd be here probably until next week. From ancient pottery, fabric, coins, wooden carvings, tomb coverings, paintings, jewlery, knifes, ...
... young men were very familiar with Washington.
Then I decided I was a little hungry for breakfast, and wanted something like an Egg McMuffin, so I went back to the same lady at the information booth, and she said with a big smile, "You again? You need to try something new." So, I went to a pastry or danish shop and ordered a "chocolate swirl." After eating it, I went back to the lady and told her that I took her advice, and it was ...
... to the desert. After our tour of Copenhagen we saw the statue of the mermaid and wandered slowly back into town. For dinner that night we went to a all you can eat buffet recommended by Thomas. Here Ally and Greg were able to sample the most expensive example drink of the holiday, a medium-sized glass of lemonade, coming in at the bargain price of six pounds. A game of cards followed back at the hostel. And then we headed to ...