Copenhagen Marathon

Wonderful Wonderful Copenhagen

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24/10/2003 at 17:28
Jeg kan ikke tahler Dansk!
24/10/2003 at 19:28
Det går nu meget godt, LL!
Knus og kram

24/10/2003 at 20:20
Oh dear. That'll teach me not to try and be clever!
24/10/2003 at 22:51
Jeg kan ikke dansk , men jeg kan norsk Kopenhagen til neste år høres meget bra ut.
24/10/2003 at 22:51
25/10/2003 at 07:49
Does that mean you'll be entering the Copenhagen Marathon, Hoover?
(Sorry Hippo Its safe to return now)
28/10/2003 at 20:12
Back again from Dublin. I really enjoyed my first marathon! Lovely city, good course and great spirit. Even got a taste for Guinness!

Good to meet other forumites: Richk, Tiger, Snoopy Dog, Mr. and Mrs. Steady, Sarcy, Mr. Silly, Andy and many more!

Riverdancing at Breakfastrun made it a very special event.

Welcome to the thread Hoover! Are you a fellow Scandinavian or have you just picked up some Norwegian?

Anyway, I think we'd better communicate in English, otherwise we won't be very popular!

Yes, please do consider Copenhagen. Have done my best to advertise WW CPH amongst fellow runners and forumites in Dublin, hopefully it will pay off!

Was very impressed with Richk, who had already done his studies on DK and CPH!

Runners who might be interested:
Peppermint Hippo,
Ian Wood,
29/10/2003 at 10:37
Ahh, the bright lights of Copenhagen. Certainly appeals. CR - I've registered so please add me to your list.
29/10/2003 at 10:42
Great stuff, Pathfinder!!!
Good to have you on the list. You have been very helpful before!

Runners who might be interested:
Peppermint Hippo,
Ian Wood,
29/10/2003 at 11:11

Hej! Undskyld, taler du Engelsk?

(See what damage a guide book can do in the wrong hands!!)

Welcome to Copenhagen Pathfinder . .

CR, good to meet you and MrR in Dubs, and well done, you had a great race, so pleased you enjoyed the whole weekend.

It seems that my parents have a friend who used to work in CPH, may be a way for me to get accomodation with a family, so I'm waiting for my Mum to send me the relevent e-mail address. Now wouldn't that be useful!!!

I'll keep plugging Copenhagen as well CR, let's see how big a group we can get . .

Off to play with some Dublin pics . . see y'all later . .

29/10/2003 at 16:06
Well done, Rich, you are doing a great job!

Good thing about Denmark is that most people are more than willing to speak English ...

But you can leave out the magic words
"excuse me" - "undskyld",
"please" - "vær venlig" and
"after you" "efter Dem"
not very commonly used in DK, I'm afraid!

Re. accommodation
Hope you'll manage to stay with a family otherwise the WW Copenhagen website actually has link to
29/10/2003 at 16:41

Yup, my little black book on CPH mentioned that you don't get to hear those word's very often . . no point in queueing for buses either . . just try to get on at the same time as everybody else LOL . .

Thanks for yet another link, still haven't looked at any of them (he blushes) but will get around to it once I've sorted Dublin's photo's out!

Have you seen the RW Home Page - all about Abingdon!!!!

30/10/2003 at 07:58
Oh no, Richk,

It's getting really hard, NOT to try to run more than one marathon a year.

Great to see pics and read Lambs account of the Abingdon Race!
Very tempting!

Fantastic picture of you and fellow forumites in Dublin. Can't wait to see more....
30/10/2003 at 14:30

You don't have to do more than one CR . . but it's nice to dream!!

Lamb did a good job didn't she!

Thought for CPH I might colour my hair red with a white cross, like your flag . . that ought to catch the eye!! Might need a GB sticker somewhere as well though!!

30/10/2003 at 15:45
Hey, just checking easyjet's web site and although May flights aren't available yet, it looks like a return is gonna cost less than £50.
30/10/2003 at 21:54

Yup, we need to know exactly which day they release May's flights so we can get the best prices . .

I'll e-mail easyjet over the weekend.
30/10/2003 at 22:05
Richk - one of the guys on the Paris Marathon thread said that the fares are released on Christmas Eve.
31/10/2003 at 07:15
That was me ...... Easyjet only release their timetable twice per year. For flights after March 29th the release date is usually Christmas Eve..... last year, there was a slight hitch and they were not available till Xmas Day. Whilst the kids opened their presents, I got 2 flights to Holland and a flight to Belfast for he cheapest advertised fare. That was my Xmas present to myself ....... Re only 1 marathon per year, too difficult a choice so I did 10 ... in the last 7 months. 2004, see you at Rotterdam, FLM or Hamburg, Prague, Edinburgh, Loch Ness Amsterdam and Dublin. Maybe Barcelona and Stockholm if Im not threatened by divorce ......
31/10/2003 at 08:36

Thanks guys . . for the first time in years I have Christmas Eve off . . it's the office party the night before . . and now I have to get up early . . .

. . but it'll be worth it, and of course I can always go back to bed again!!

Starting blocks at 7 am 24.12.03 then!!!
31/10/2003 at 08:50
You can register your interest in the new schedules and easyjet will email you when they are available. However I would think you may miss the boat by then.
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