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... didn’t mind a bit.
We continued on as far as Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park established in 1843, but did not go inside, as there was not enough time to justify the admission fee. The architecture of the Old City is distinctly northern European. Mostly brick buildings with extensive and elaborate copper roofing, which reminded me of Hamburg. We slowly made way our way back to the ship, walking part of the way along the canal that winds through the Old City, and ...
... quite enough walking so decided (Jim thinks there was a vote) to walk all the way back to our apartment.
The train to Sweden was not quite uneventful: There was a power failure in the town where we were to change trains so we missed our connection and caught another train an hour late. Long story short, we had a light dinner in Petie's apartment at about 11 pm, ...
... They just sit in a box on the floor! Weird right? But I guess they usually sit under the chicken, so why is the fridge really necessary?
I will think of some more as I go I'm sure.
4/6/14 UPDATE: I thought of another good one:
5) The bus drivers wear 3 piece suits! Crisp, starched white oxford shirts, a nice tie, and a jacket! It's very different...but wonderful.
it a guy from Ireland had found it and turned it on in case I called. Fast running back through the airport with
the help of a customs agent and my “little precious” was back in my hands
again. There is nothing like traveling
in a new country alone to make you feel vulnerable once in a while.
I was so happy to be in an apartment, with a shower and ...
... hours due to my "turn-and-burn" philosophy, but it
was very appropriate to do so here. Aunt Pernille made a comment about eating
that I'll never forget: "There's a difference between eating dinner,
and simply dining." Of course! "Dining" means taking your time,
enjoying the cuisine not only for the flavour, but for the texture, the smell,
the color, and the presentation, as also (importantly) for the atmosphere, the
sounds surrounding you, and of course, ...