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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
We stayed in Copenhagen last night. We went out for a nice meal, and had a chance to walk through town. Down below maybe you can spot a picture of something kids in Denmark do for fun. Dad is done working, so from here on, we're going to visit with Roos and Henri and see their horses. We'll have a good time in Holland and write much more from there.
Mom and Dad
... lunch back at the Torvehallerne (we spotted some amazing looking salads when we were there for brekky!) we visited the Rosenborg Castle, home of the Danish Crown Jewels. They were so spectacular! The rest of the afternoon was spent walking around Christianshavn, famous for its canals and houseboats. We arrived back at the hostel around 7pm and Margot cooked us another amazing dinner of salmon and veggies. She got a few funny looks considering ...
... bus to Copenhagen, and then I found my hostel.
It was so lively!!
I got my key and headed up toy room and instantly droped my bag.
As I was taking offy raincoat, the girl in the bed behind me sawy ejc hoody and instantly asked if I was a juggler.
I was like yeah, I'm a circus performer.
That usually gets a "wow, that's so cool!".
I was not expecting "me too!".
She said she did acrobatics, trapeze and hoop. ...
... trip, thankful for an amazing day with new friends here, but missing my Danish family in Denmark, and of course all of you wherever you are. But I'll keep blogging and get photos up when I'm able to go online, and hope you'll forgive me for this short and photo-less blog. Just know that I'm safe and having an excellent time, and look forward to telling you all about it in person (not gonna post EVERYthing!). I love you all and God bless ...
We spent most of the day in transit which included a lovely couple of hours on a ferry. We arrived in Denmark and went straight to a theme park. Like a tiny amusement park that Disney supposedly visited to get some ideas for his park. It would have been nice but due to wonderful weather and a planned concert on the grounds that evening everyone in the city and half of Sweden were there. ...