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Old 03-17-2011, 06:26 PM
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isabella is so cute...
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:06 AM
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This might explain the early need for passports for the twins...An overseas snow vacation all before they are named! I am impressed...
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:28 AM
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This might explain the early need for passports for the twins...An overseas snow vacation all before they are named! I am impressed...
WOW! you are right how did they do it, no names and passports??????? you are correct!!!!!!!
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Old 03-18-2011, 01:40 AM
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Here are the pictures from BB of the family on vacation incase you missed themn the magazine thread

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Old 03-18-2011, 03:19 AM
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A short article from BB's internet version


** Frederik og Mary på vinterferie med børnene ** translation **
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Old 03-18-2011, 11:33 AM
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Thanks for the pictures. Is that the hotel where they are staying? I wonder if we would get a glimpse of the twins in the pictures soon. Anyways, the holiday is over as Frederik has an event today.
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:31 PM
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This might explain the early need for passports for the twins...An overseas snow vacation all before they are named! I am impressed...
Overseas? Switzerland and Denmark are both in Europe!
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Old 03-18-2011, 01:31 PM
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Overseas? Switzerland and Denmark are both in Europe!
Weeeeeeell, Sealand is, as you know, Sternchen, an island
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Old 03-18-2011, 02:15 PM
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Well,well,well Overseas usually means over the BIG pond, not the bathtub that we call baltic sea
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Old 03-18-2011, 02:58 PM
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What??? Are you saying that there is a bigger pond than the Baltic Sea?
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Old 03-18-2011, 05:58 PM
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I thought overseas was just a generic term for crossing another countries borders facilitating the need of documentation, i.e. a passport...If there is another term to explain travels between bordering or close countries, please tell me, so I can use it next time
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I thought overseas was just a generic term for crossing another countries borders facilitating the need of documentation, i.e. a passport...If there is another term to explain travels between bordering or close countries, please tell me, so I can use it next time
"Abroad" is used. Australians tend to use 'overseas' as to go to another country from Australia you need to go 'over the sea'! In Europe you don't so 'abroad' is used.

But I don't think the twins need passports, resident Europeans would know. But aren't Denmark and Switzerland in the Sch.......... (can't remember how to spell it!) zone so people from those 2 countries can move freely between them and there is no passport control?
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Do the Danish royals require passports or do they have some sort of other official documents for 'foreign' travel?
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Old 03-18-2011, 08:03 PM
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"Abroad" is used. Australians tend to use 'overseas' as to go to another country from Australia you need to go 'over the sea'! In Europe you don't so 'abroad' is used.

But I don't think the twins need passports, resident Europeans would know. But aren't Denmark and Switzerland in the Sch.......... (can't remember how to spell it!) zone so people from those 2 countries can move freely between them and there is no passport control?
There are some rules for the EU...if two countries are part of the EU, no passport is required...just like our states here in Australia. I flew from London to Madrid and my Aussie passport needed to be stamped. I flew from Vienna to Paris, and no stamping was required.
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I know they go on this holiday every year, but I think it was important this time for M&F to tell Peter Varnoe (?) in person, that they would like him to be a godparent to one of twins (who will it be, lilpige or lildreng?)...He is definitely one of my godparent tips, one to watch
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Old 03-19-2011, 03:18 AM
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"Abroad" is used. Australians tend to use 'overseas' as to go to another country from Australia you need to go 'over the sea'! In Europe you don't so 'abroad' is used.

But I don't think the twins need passports, resident Europeans would know. But aren't Denmark and Switzerland in the Sch.......... (can't remember how to spell it!) zone so people from those 2 countries can move freely between them and there is no passport control?
You mean Schengen? Don't know about Switzerland, but anyway, you are required to show your passport if needed.
M&F have a diplomatic passport. - In theory imposters could pretend to be M&F so proper documents are needed.
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Old 03-19-2011, 03:35 AM
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Even with diplomatic passports you still require a visa to enter countries that require a visa. As for new borns, they can be put on their mother or fathers visa till they are about 6 months or so.
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Here's an article with a pic about Isabella and Frederik going to the ski school:


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Here's an article with a pic about Isabella and Frederik going to the ski school:


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I had thought that Isabella did go skiing before or at least last holiday but I was wrong as the article says this was her first time.
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:26 AM
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You mean Schengen? Don't know about Switzerland, but anyway, you are required to show your passport if needed.
M&F have a diplomatic passport. - In theory imposters could pretend to be M&F so proper documents are needed.
As Denmark and Switzerland both signed the Schengen-Treaty, you only need an ID-Card or any other official document that identifies you.
So you don't necessarily need a passport, and definetly no visum. (Since 12.12.2008, no visum is needed for people from Schengen States anymore as long as you don't stay longer than 90 days in 6 months.)

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I had thought that Isabella did go skiing before or at least last holiday but I was wrong as the article says this was her first time.
I found a photo from last year, but you can only see that Isabella was wearing a helmet, but not if she wears ski?

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