BEST WESTERN Mercur Hotel
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We enjoyed being close to the great attractions Copenhagen has to offer!
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... ahead. In Copenhagen, we got our first taste of exorbitant Scandinavian prices. For example, a haircut for a male costs between $70-$120aud. However, compared to Sweden, alcohol was approximately $10 cheaper in Copenhagen so Ryan and I stuffed our suitcases with bottles. Unfortunately we were both sick and didn't really experience the night life, but the streets always seemed to be packed with happy drunk Danes.
... just a lot of hippies. It was a nice place to just wander through and relax, forgetting you were in the city.
That night we went to Tivoli. I can't even begin to describe how incredible it is!! It was like Disneyland without the Disney and more gardens. It is actually Tivoli Gardens, but it also has heaps of amusement rides, a 100 yr old rollercoaster, 35 places to eat, outdoor cinema, huge stage for music performances, shops, ...
... back off her later, even though you know it means having to put up with a fair bit.
b) She’s too annoying. Cut her out and cut your losses. It was just clothes after all.
c) For every angry message she sends you, reply with a message telling her how pretty she is. Especially when she’s wearing your clothes to bed.
d) Tell her that it was actually your birthday last week. You were totally heartbroken having not received ...
Because I didn't stay out so late the night before, I was able to get up and make it to church. I have been wanting to go to a church service here in Denmark the last couple weeks just to see how it varied. Copenhagers are not to open about their faith and religion seems absent. However, there were a lot of people at the service I went to. I chose to go with Hanna and Lauren. They both were raised Baptist but now attend a non-denominational Christian church. Even though I would still ...
Wednesday my class went on a field trip to a local youth club, where it is common for adolescents aged 10-14 to go after school. It was unlike anything I had ever seen before and had tons of activities, including wood shop, sewing, arts and crafts, a kitchen for cooking, foosball and pool table, gyms for table tennis and football, a musical studio, and more. The building was huge, and they said they have anywhere between 150-400 kids per ...