Skjalm Hvide Hotel
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... at breakfast.
Travel glitch metro suspended, work repairs after torrential rains( sound familiar)difficulty buying tickets despite a credit card with a chip....workmen comes over and says in perfect English, Islanders or Rangers? We reply neither, New York Yankees,seems he is a big fan of a Danish hockey player, Frans Nielsen,"the ...
... The Toad 1867 Vænø and Glænø 1868 The Little Green Ones 1868 The Goblin and the Woman(**) 1868 Peiter, Peter and Peer 1868 Godfather’s Picture Book 1868 Which is the Happiest? 1868 The Dryad 1869 The Days of the Week 1869 The Court Cards(**) 1869 Luck May Lie in a Pin(*) 1869 Sunshine Stories(**) 1869 The Comet 1869 The Rags 1869 What One Can Invent 1869 The Thistle’s Experiences 1869 Poultry Meg’s Family ...
... from there.
The day ended back at Torvehallerne Market where we had tapas and again admired Danes. We grabbed some wine and headed back to our apartment where we finished the Paris post and enjoyed a quiet night at “home” watching Top Gear.
Day 2 – Walking and Talking
What better way to start off our first full day than to head back to Torvehallerne for smoothies and coffee for breakfast! ...
... we had a very pleasant and tasty meal.
Zoe had Seared lobster with seabuckthorn, juniper cream, roasted hazelnuts and browned butter for starter, Ribeye with mustard mayonaise, fried baby gem lettuce, North-sea cheese and wild watercress for main and strawberries with some wierd cream for dessert (this is no longer on the menu so can't look it up) She deemed the Rib Eye the best dish of ...
... caused the lady at the desk much trouble because my passport was registering. It turns out she was making the same mistake over and over, and there was no problem at all. It did come in handy when she weighed my hand luggage, and at 9kg, being 4kg over the limit, said it was fine to go through after I told her about my heavy laptop. From Stockholm to Beijing, I tried to sleep as much as possible.
In Beijing, I was confused as to where ...