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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... He is quite a character and spends at least the first 20 minutes of class hearing from each and every one of us how our past few days have been.
Christiania was also quite an experience. My Danish teacher Christina (professors are called by their first names here by the way) is equally as fantastic and is so patient with us even though I know I am butchering almost everything I say. We went on a tour with ...
... you're with. Everything
should go well together, which is why we had about four kinds owing (for dinner
and dessert), as well as champagne as a kickoff. At first I thought that this
was the big difference between American and European dining (which I does hold
true on average to an extent), but now I realise that it's mostly the difference
between what very classy people do and that which only mildly classy people do
... it so good to be able to unpack into a comfortable and well thought out cabin then have no more packing until the end of the cruise. In round numbers the Princess cruise cost NZ$560 per night for both of us including gratuities which compares with NZ$460 on RCCL. I think that this is reasonable given that hotels of comparable standard in this area cost at least $250 a night then your travel costs to each destination are covered and there is no hassle getting from ...
... was the open way in which our guide addressed the features of Oslo for both ship excursions and do it yourself independent tours. It was interesting to note that quite a lot of the detail and some anecdotes that he gave in the slide show presentation was missing from the recorded version that was broadcast during the evening. The best deal seems to be a ticket which allows you to travel all day on all forms of public transport plus ...
... the kissing seat.
We then made our way and walked through more of the old town, stopped at a coffee place for take away, that was the Danish version of starbucks. It was amazing as we didn’t actually see any starbucks in the city which is a surprise. We were headed for the Tivoli gardens amusement park. Our Copenhagen card allowed entry and to also see a ballet that winnie suggested of hans Christian Andersen's tin soldier.