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... her mom to see where they were. We then went to meet her, Dan and their friend Winnie near the middle of the park. Once we met them we walked to the bumper cars because Dan really wanted to go on them. We then went on a mini drop zone because the big one still freaked Mia and I out. Around 5:30pm we met Anders. After going on the little drop zone I worked up the courage to go on the bigger one with Dan. It was awesome!! We then walked around some more and watched the ...
... to the botanical gardens, which were very lovely. They had a massive greenhouse, it think there were actual trees in there. However it wasn't very warm and after and the ground was too wet to sit on, so after about 20 minutes of admiring the scenery I was bored. The danish museum was not far away so I decided to got check it out. Unfortunately its closed on mondays. So I kept walking looking for a nice cafe to stope for a coffee. As luck would have it I came across Ny Havn, which ...
... 8. At LEGO attractions, such as LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Manchester, people are hired as "Master Model Builders". Now what's a weird and wonderful job to have! 9. Laid end to end, the number of LEGO bricks sold in a year would reach more than five times round the world. 10. On average there are 80 LEGO bricks for every person on earth. http://education.lego.com/en-au/about-u ...
... New Harbor, learning about Hyggle (pronounced hue-glee, meaning cozy), seeing Hans Christian Anderson’s house, walking the Royal Palace and finding out that the Queen helped translate the Lord of the Rings into Danish.
Post-tour we decided to go to the famous Little Mermaid statue in the harbor. We weren’t all that impressed, but we did get to witness some soccer hooligans clothing the statute in their team's kit, ...
... office and are startled mid-stream when one of the guards catches you and starts yelling at you in Russian. How do you get out of this one?
a) Beg for mercy in English. At the very least it will give you enough time to finish what you started (peeing).
b) Throw your hands up in surrender, still peeing on the building.
c) Pull those Euros that you hid earlier out of your sock and try to bribe your way out of the situation.