Jun 18

Hank: Copenhagen

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2Copenhagen: this place is great. There is an amusement park called Tivoli Gardens, a beach, great food, and every one bikes everywhere. It reminds me a lot of Austin. Copenhagen has lots of tall buildings. Another great thing is that they have separated bike lanes with right and left turn lanes and even mini traffic lights for the bikes. At Tivoli we rode rides like the Demon roller coaster and bumper cars. It was really great because none of the lines were more than 5 minutes. We walked to this really cool planetarium and we rode our bikes about 5 miles to the new Copenhagen aquarium, Den Bla Planet. At the planetarium we saw a lot of space exhibits and a movie on the Arctic. At the aquarium we saw sharks and reef fish and sting rays. We also rode our bikes to a park and swimming area in the river that runs through downtown Copenhagen. I went swimming and realized it was salt water and it was bitter cold and made my little toes numb. Our hotel sort of stunk. It was two beds pushed together so you could fall in between the beds while you are asleep. Although I had a lot of fun pushing Nadine through the space in between. It was really funny when she went through head first because it took her a while to get out.

4 Responses to “Hank: Copenhagen”

  1. From Sidney Brammer:

    Be nice to your sister. Someday she may be bigger than you. Then you’ll regret pushing her head between the two beds. –Aunt Sidney

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 3:50 am #
  2. From Hank:

    Nadine will never be bigger than me

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 7:54 am #
  3. From Denise:

    Trust me Hank….. I speak to you as a little sister with four older brothers…. we have our ways of getting back at you….we have our ways….

    This trip is so awesome! Thanks, Kurt, for sending out the website! It will be great fun to follow you all!

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 4:56 pm #
  4. From Sarah Price:

    Hank,

    You look like a popsicle in this photo. Not exactly Matagorda Bay, huh?

    By the way, what are you reading right now? I finished “Insignia” this week. It was good, I think you would like it.

    Mrs. P

    Posted on July 29, 2013 at 4:35 pm #

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