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... a mock assassination game in which every participant is given a target to "kill". Ashley found her first mark, elongating her from the game with a handshake. Unfortunately, Ashley was "killed" by getting shanked with a plastic spoon before she could complete her second assassination. I'm still not sure if I should be proud of her accomplishments or worried about the games they are playing on the ship!
After a quick lunch, Anne and Dave played a movie ...
... one of the passengers aboard today’s flight has a severe nut allergy. As a result, we are unable to serve any food containing nuts and if you have any products containing nuts, don’t eat them.’
We arrived in Copenhagen to brilliant blue skies, albeit a little chilly. My sister lives around 45 minutes outside of the city in a little rural town called Horsholm. On our journey from the airport, we noticed lots of quaint little houses, most of which ...
... and a half). Consequently I had to miss out on a museum I really wanted to do. So note to self: make a general idea of what you want to get done that day, or a general walking path. You can stay and make detours all you like, but having some kind of backbone of a plan will save you time in the day and help you check off everything on your list.
Lesson 3: Don't sweat the small stuff.
This was something I thought I did really well. Apparently I have a lot more ...
... After shopping and strolling we headed back to the hotel where I ended up having a big old nap. I was, for some reason, really tired! Maybe it's the cold weather!? When I woke up we went downstairs and found a cheap Thai place to have a bite. The food was once again amazing and didn't cost an arm and leg which you have to be really careful about here.
With an early start tomorrow it was an early night in for both of us but another enjoyable day awaiting us ...
... if it hadn't decided to rain for the short time we were there. He dropped us off in town and we walked through some lovely streets of old buildings to find the city hall. It was a huge building with walls covered in murals, themed dining halls, historic china and glassware and lots of other artworks. Although it didn't look much from the outside, the inside was a big surprise. That is an advantage of someone with local knowledge telling us where to ...