Counting Down

After a long talk with my TA, I now have the round trip airline reserved, as well as a two night stay in Copenhagen paid for. The only thing left to do is a long, slow countdown for the next 303 days!


Oh yeah -- I also still need to pay for it.

(Thanks, Amy, for all the help!!)

7 Answers

Congratulations! The paying for it is usually the hardest part. The other hard part is deciding exactly what it is you want to do.Wink

I thought it was a count down to retiring... Are you going to cruise in Copenhagen?

A ten month wait until your next cruise..... that is a long ways away.... I am unhappy when I have nothing for 3 months out planned. Spring in Europe enjoy your cruise.

302 days to the cruise, 301 days to retirement.

Taking a TA from FLL to Copenhagen. 6 sea days to start -- good way to find out if I like lots of sea days!

Ending it with two days land vacation in Copenhagen and fly back.

Hopefully, the next 300 go as fast as the last 100.

If you need pack mules to carry your water and soda on board and provide emotional support during your cruise, DH and I are available for hire Big Smile

I'm sure your rates are outstanding, and I can use all the emotional support I can get.

Unfortunately, I am already past the budget on this one.

I do appreciate your offer, though -- always thinking of the other person ahead of yourself!

Copenhagen is a wonderful place. First place I ever went to in EU and loved it (many many moons ago). That was 42 years ago so I am sure it has changed but it is one of those beautiful timeless cities. Even took an overnight cruise / ferry from there to Oslo. It is a great place and I hope you enjoy.


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