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Hungry?

Let's eat at the Denmark Pavilion!

Tasty fish, straight from the North Sea

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Fresh fruit and radishes to wash down the slimy fish

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How about a nice semi-outdoor table?

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All photos September 1964, Kodachrome slides

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On the left side of the second picture there is a reflection, as if it was shot through a pane of glass.

These may have been window displays at the Denmark Pavilion restaurant, to 'entice' people to come in.

And in this case, entice an amateur photographer to shoot a couple of pictures for us.

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How does a Dane know it's true love? When she'll kiss him after he's eaten pickled anchovy!

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On ‎1‎/‎22‎/‎2006 at 3:24 AM, Randy Treadway said:

Tasty fish, straight from the North Sea

64-09-21-31_Denmark_Pavilion.jpg

 

 

Fresh fruit and radishes to wash down the slimy fish

64-09-21-32_Denmark_Pavilion.jpg

 

On ‎1‎/‎22‎/‎2006 at 11:44 AM, Bill Cotter said:

The things some people took pictures of...

I don't know when it started but recently it's become fashionable for people started taking pictures of their meals with their cellphones before they eat them.

A friend of mine who had business in Europe returned and asked me if I'd like to see pictures of the meals they had in Europe.

I said, "No".

 

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The photograph of "tasty fish straight from the North Sea" is creepy.  And those white things along the base of the plate remind me of prescription bottles.  Maybe they were just that because anyone who would try to eat that pile would need a variety of prescriptions.

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