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... 25105;們 819;著Claire,點了 968;杯白酒， 6319;侍者說， 29790;士的女同& #20107;介紹我們 從荷蘭和台 ;灣特別來 7;嚐這裡的Ƈ 84;點，很誠 031;又英俊的 3567;帥哥，我 ...
... highest view in the city and its a part of the Christianborg tower. We finished with a bit of shopping and supper. I was planning on leaving tomorrow but instead I shall stay another day and go to tivoli (the 2nd oldest amusement park in the world) with the girls! Short entry this time! Catch you all in a few days! -Terrence ...
... to do a little dance with him before we said good bye. Our last stop was at the old Carlsberg brewery. We got to get up close and personal with the horses and Ruth got to ride one bareback. The horses are used for show but the breed was originally used to pull beer trucks. They have the same shape as Clydesdales but are a bit smaller. Their breed is a native Danish breed. Inside the horse barn were a number of antique beer trucks. We got to hear a lot about the ...
... of Comm Ave back home and the general vibe from Boston bike
advocacy posting’s that the bike lanes could be better. This temporal theme makes
me really question the notion of “complete streets”. They don’t have that
concept here, The street is always evolving, never complete. Even the name of
one of the government documents is good, better, best. I want to find a way to
highlight the ...
... to finally implement one protected bike lane, which connects to nothing else and is randomly on the left side of the road, where drivers pay almost no attention to it. It also happens to dump bikers out on a busy road on the left side, so they are stranded in the midst of pretty hectic downtown traffic. The longer I am here, the more everything they are doing here makes so much sense and seems so reasonable, and the less sense any decisions back home seem to make. ...