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... Mousie, thou art no thy lane [you aren't alone]
In proving foresight may be vain:
The best laid schemes o' mice an' men
Gang aft a-gley, [often go awry]
An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain,
For promised joy.
So now you know
The cathedral is about fifteen minutes amble from the harbour and we were inside it soon after 10:00. It really is a marvellous building, everywhere you look there are fabulous things to look at, ...
... time we needed to average 5 knots and sadly we were not able to so at 10:00 I decided to use the engine. We had a short delay by Frederikksund as we had to wait for the road bridge to open for us. During periods of the day when it opens, it does so every half- hour but during the morning and afternoon rush hour periods, it stays closed so it can be somewhat of an inconvenience for yachties. Anyway, we were outside the closure periods when ...
... of food waste to fuel via sink disposals and vacuum tech
-Neighborhood design inspired by Barcelona's meandering alleys
-Water drainage aided by raised ground, concrete gutters, and rooftop gardens
-Unintentional creation of Place on the waterfront
-Buffering winds via tall apartment buildings
-25 meter limits on similar architecture
The development still seemed a bit empty when we were visiting, and our ...
... anticipation for all of our upcoming memories grew. We got our bikes, had a fantastic dinner in an old restaurant and came back to the hostel. We had every intention of going straight to bed, but that didn't last when we got back and everyone was getting beers. Before we knew it, it was 11pm and I had been up for 30 hours straight. Finally we went to bed, but, being the horrible sleeper I am, adjusting to the time zone isn't as easy and I only got 4 hours of sleep before having our ...
... s oldest bakery, Conditoriet La Glace, as it had been highly recommended to me by my friend, Kimberley. The shop has been run by the family of the original confectioner, Nicolaus Henningsen since 1870. As it turned out, it was only a few metres around the corner from a street we have wandered up and down several times over the last two days. Conditoriet La Glace completely lived up to my expectations, firstly because of the gorgeous, ...