Copenhagen International B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Family rooms
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It's not to difficult to wake up when you are still partially on NY time and the sun comes up at 4:45 am. Ruth and I went for a short swim in the beautiful hotel pool and laid in the sauna to help us loosen up for the day. After our swim we met David for breakfast in the hotel Brasserie. Breakfast was a mix of Danish and American foods. The dark Danish bread is delicious and we each had more than one piece. The coffee is good too. Great start to the day. Our ...
... and how far Copenhagen has come in the past 100 years was incredible. I want to study Denmark's transportation history further and apply it to the United State's transportation future (*fingers crossed). Of course, that won't be for another year or two, at least.
I didn't realize until this lecture that on our first tour with Eva around her neighborhood, when we saw children playing around, I had immediately questioned where ...
This won't be a long post, but I am finally here and I have seen some cool things! I ended up taking the train on Tracks 2, instead of Metro 2. Luckily I heard some people speaking Spanish, and I asked them if they were also going to the city center. When they told me that they were going to Aarhus, I decided to get off the train at Copenhagen central station, where I could take the correct train. I got on the correct train, but then started walking ...
Wednesday was our last at the office in Atlanta and most of the day went by with Sargam, Haz and I working on a business plan for a product/solution, which we later the same day presented to Chicka, Christian and Lindsay (The investors). With our new knowledge about ourselves and each other from the results from the personality assessments in mind it was funny to see how correct the assessments were and at the same time, I think we used it and were ...
It just so happened that this particular Friday in Denmark was a public holiday so Mannie, the girls and Meryck were all able to take Mattijs and I on a wee tour around their new home city. Our first stop was Norreport where we went for lunch in a very kitsch little café called Kaffekalaset. Mannie and I had the Tante Green which was actually the most amazing brunch I had ever had. We had scrambled egg, chargrilled veggies, brie, fresh fruit, the most amazing ...