Zleep Hotel Ishoj
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... our train just boarded a ferry to make the crossing across an ocean. As my geography knowledge is particularly poor in this region (and I have no wifi) I cannot explain exactly where we are except that we have left Denmark and are in Germany. So, our train boards a ferry, we leave the train and emerge upstairs to discover a land of duty free shopping, food, drinks, poker machines and toys...this is the closest we are likely ...
... and fresh Brussels sprouts. Nummy! Nice long dinner and plenty of conversation (and leftover chocolate cake) wrapped up a delightful second day in Copenhagen. Time to rest up for Prague tomorrow!
Danish cultural observations: TONS of tall blondes; Nathan and his mom fit in great, I stuck out like a sore thumb. They really like mayo. All the strollers are upright, pram-style – must be the hip thing these ...
... our adventure was starting! We got a Coke (“Trink ‘ne Coke mit Ilke”) and, to my delight, a Lift! (apple juice + fizzy water) and make our speedy way across the rather ginormous Frankfurt airport with enough time to easily make our connection.
The much more pleasant 1 hour jump to Copenhagen was over before we knew it (bye Germany! ...
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... r og laver :)
Hilsen Jette :D
Ps. You guys who don't understand danish.. well.. you just have to use google translate if you wanna know what I'm up to! cuz there's a bunch of people who are going to read this that aren't very good at english so.. I'll keep it in danish ...