Hotel Niels Juel
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... statue is Lur Blowers sculpture. The lur is a type of horn used to call soldiers to battle or to accompany pagan religious processions.
We had a few brief rain showers today but not enough to keep us from sightseeing. There are many tourists in this city but today we experienced the magnitude along the Stroget. We saw large tour groups, people snapping photos everywhere and many people with their maps out trying to figure out ...
... opened the crackers that were on the table to see what was inside. They all had not funny jokes and a little toy in them but they were still fun to open. We then played some games until around 11:30pm. We then decided to prepare the Kransekage before this traditional Danish show came on. The show was called 90 års fødselsdage. It came on around 11:40pm. It only lasted about 15 minutes long. Josie then poured some champagne to celebrate. We now ...
... 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 ...
... free dental up to the age of 18, free education, and if you should happen to loose your job, welfare is 85% of your wage. Their Prime minister is a woman, her 2IC is a woman, and above them is a queen. I think they are happy because women just know how to do the job better. Take notes Julie Bishop! At one point on the tour we saw Christiansborg and Amalianborg. Christiansborg was originally the royal palace. But it burnt down in 1794 and the royals moved ...
... and headed to the train station to get the airport train. I of course didn't have enough change and the ticket machines still won't accept my card so I sadly had to break a note at the nearest store which was a souvenir store (no bakery unfortunately). I found a magnet that was relatively cheap, purchased my ticket and was then on my way to the airport. I arrived about two and a half hours before my flight which is probably overkill but I didn't want to stress since I don't know ...