Hotel La Tour
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... the deer that would accidently drop the snacks on the ground and snatched them up to add to our collection. Anyway it was really cool, the deer were used to people however no longer settled for carrots and apples, they would literally walk away from them! They wanted chestnuts and dried pasta!! Anyway there was a couple of stags and we fed and patted the deer and tried and failed to get selfies with them, sunk in mud and ...
... of abstract work and indeed, most modern art that we have come across). We’d decided that we would divest ourselves of our overtrousers before we went to the church, not because of any sense of decorum, rather it had stopped raining and the sun was out, at least temporarily.
Whilst we do like visiting Scandinavian churches, there is only so much that one can say about them in that for instance in Denmark, they ...
... we couldn't read the menus, so we searched for words on the menu we could easily translate. We ended up with pizza--which was really good and full of herbs--because the word "pizza" is the same in Danish, so is "pepperoni," and we figured out "ost" means "cheese in Danish. We wanted to try some other places, but we weren't brave enough yet because of the language barrier.
We did all decide that the Arabic food from Senor Pizza was probably not the best of choices though.
So week 3 already, where is the time going. This week
was quite busy. We had our first assessment item at Uni. It being a group essay
which was written in one day, so still quite relaxed in comparison to studying
Myself and a few other girls
joined the gym Fitness World this week. The gym is quite massive and has very
modern equipment. It also offers a lot of classes as well, so it should keep us
all busy. Now off to buy ...
... This cathedral is "both the longest and tallest church in the country". (Do they call it Sally?)
There is lots of Viking stuff here along with a semi-cool Old Town. There is a military settlement here built around 980 by Harald Bluetooth, the “robust” King of Denmark and Norway who promoted the conversion of the people to Christianity. It is he for whom the wireless system of “Bluetooth” ...