Leaving Copenhagen by train to Italy...

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It was our last day in Copenhagen, the town we have spent a month living in. We were sad, and would miss some of the great things we had grown to love there. Nils Staerk and his people had really made our stay wonderful with their help. We will be missing our beautiful walks in the streets filled with beautiful people...
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We got dropped off in the central station and discovered that our sleeper-train had been in an accident somewhere along the route and they placed us on some other MUCH less equipped train, and informed us that we would be re-routed at 5 AM in some town called 'Furby' and put onto another train so we could catch our connection in Basel, Switzerland.
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This is a shot from 5 AM, we are all geared up and totally bumming. We were supposed to be sleeping until we got to Basel, but instead we were on some train to rug-Munchen (Munich), and getting off in Furby.
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I mean 'Fulda.'
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The train they put us on was a sleeper like we expected. I was ready to get back to sleep.
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Deanna was already there. We got our next connection in Basel, and were off to Milan via the Swiss Alps. I was hoping to catch a glimpse of the Matterhorn.
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At one of the stops, I got off and took a walk on the platform. Deanna saw me outside and freaked! If the train took off with me outside, she would be screwed.
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The ride was amazing. So many breathtaking scenes of mountain lakes, castles, churches, picture-book perfect mountain villages, waterfalls from the melting snow, and crazy bridges... We got into Bologna and checked into our hotel, and were starving so walked into downtown.
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The streets of Bologna were ablaze with people honking horns and waving flags. The city center was completely trashed.
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Somewhere, and Indian is crying. The Bologna soccer team had advanced into a higher bracket or something, and people were very happy about it, and drunk. By the time we were done eating (Amazing, and simple!) the were cleaning the streets up, and by cleaning I mean driving over broken bottles.
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And to top off a crazy long day, we found a Gelateria that offered Soy-Gelato. Deanna was very happy.
On Tuesday, I will be quality checking at the printer for my book, Deformer. You can see some more installation shots from my show in Copenhagen at Nils Staerk.dk: Click the Gallery link.
Posted June 2nd, 2008 by The day we leave they blow up the Danish embassy
Ed young.
Posted By: just tellin on June 2nd, 2008 at 03:44AM PST
who's that drawn on your shirt? Deanna?
Posted By: garry on June 2nd, 2008 at 08:50AM PST
good t-shirt ed.welcome to health?Ice cream is not,healthy.Just eat a gitar.
Sieben,I would rather brake your hip,would.would give you a would give you a vacation.Never mind the eyes,it was great.
Posted By: ride everything on June 2nd, 2008 at 09:15AM PST
We're almost in italy to,its hot.Lots of cops,or whatever.
Posted By: dispolok on June 2nd, 2008 at 09:21AM PST
nat or molecule
Posted By: no fun on June 2nd, 2008 at 09:24AM PST
Back on water.Just waiting for your show in Italy.
Posted By: skate everything on June 2nd, 2008 at 09:30AM PST
hahahahaha, this is so funny!
Fulda is my hometown!!!
Posted By: Robert on June 2nd, 2008 at 10:04AM PST
Looks great ed,sending alittle something to toy machine this week,not a sponsor tape,not even art.Just something,I made.
Posted By: skating everything on June 2nd, 2008 at 11:24AM PST
soccer hooligans!
Posted By: the dude on June 2nd, 2008 at 11:52AM PST
how can i get your book , ed! WHERE CAN I BUY DEFORMER??
Posted By: freshX on June 2nd, 2008 at 09:55PM PST
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