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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... came out as I tried to ask another couple for directions by saying "Pardon me". Didn't phase em. Danes are pretty direct and my little voice has no effect. I got a good laugh from that and because I chose the words pardon me. We finally went back to Vetergade--the Main Street where DIS (my school) is on. The Australian bar had a 50 Krone cover ($10) and it was already 12:45 so we decided to come back to this bar another night. We asked the bouncer (who looked like a male model) ...
... out and because Italians have a reputation and I've seen it first hand of having bad tempers and when alcohol is involved I don't know it would go down I was slightly out numbered. Not a good night. I mean you have to take the good with the bad, I guess this is hostel life. At 10.30am the Italians verbally attacked me for talking in a low voice on Skype to my family. It got heated, I was about to make these pretty boys into ugly pizzas. Got out of there before it got bad. Casually ...
... google maps located my hostel 15 minutes in the opposite direction. Once I caught on to the mess-up, it was only a matter of walking 30 minutes the opposite direction! the slight confusion to start the trip was hardly an issue for me, as I was busy taking in the scenery of being in a Scandinavian country for the first time. I was definitely glad I brought my winter coat to Copenhagen this weekend. It was a constant 40-45 degrees all weekend (warm for this time ...
... was incredible, but instead of enjoying it, I spent all the time trying to get the perfect picture, which I was able to do. The only pure Icelandic meal I had while in the country was Lamb Soup, at Gullfoss, which tasted very good. It was a hearty soup for a cold climate.
On the bus ride around the Golden Circle around Iceland, I meet and began to talk this woman from St. Louis who was in her Thirty’s. Her name was Katie ...
... and with tourists, shoppers, gawkers and buskers-everything from a man painted entirely in silver, to a wannabe rock group, to a couple blowing bubbles, to someone covered with fur and so on. With all the bare feet, straggly hair, jeans and tie-dye, it looks like the 60's-all over again.
Tivoli Gardens is a special place, a very unusual amusement park, clean and green, with elaborate plantings, upscale restaurants and concert pavilions. It is ...