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... is the largest we have been on. We
spent much of the afternoon exploring the ship. We really like most of it.
It is lacking one major feature we like - a covered wrap around covered
outdoor deck. We like to use it for walks on days at sea. Our bags were in
our room when we got back so we unpacked. A little while later the ...
... of Honor 1856 The Jewish Maiden 1857 The Bell-Deep 1857 A String of Pearls 1858 The Bottle Neck 1858 Soup from a Sausage Skewer 1858 The Old Bachelor’s Nightcap 1858 Something 1858 The Last Dream of the Old Oak 1858 The A-B-C Book 1858 The Marsh King’s Daughter 1858 The Races 1859 The Philosopher’s Stone 1859 The Story of the Wind 1859 The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf 1859 Ole the Tower-Keeper 1859 Anne Lisbeth 1859 ...
... Rene (the owner and head chef) was home. No such luck, but it was still fun to see in person. If you don’t know about this restaurant, don’t take our words for it. Watch Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown episode about Noma.
Next up, Christiania. As mentioned above, this is a city within Copenhagen where they have no rules. The town is actually called "The Free City of Christiana." We both agreed that it looks like ...
... and Lib rode to a laundrette down the road to do the weekly wash. She came back after a bit of a fright - the lights went off and then the door shut while she was in there! Luckily she could open it from the inside, although couldn't get the light back on so it was a bit spooky sorting the washing out! They seem to be very keen on automatic stuff out here. When she got back we made plans to head for Sweden the next day with a pretty good wind forecast ...
... my long journey home!
We went to Burger King so we could sit down properly, but I was so nervous it was hard to eat anything.
Soon enough, it was time for Anne and Ida to take me to security. My eyes were welling up with tears and soon they were overflowing as I hugged Anne and Ida good bye. Both had been so incredibly generous with their time, and allowing me to live in their homes, eat their food and use their things.