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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Sleep-In Århus
Clean rooms and bathrooms on the same corridor. With "linen provided" they don't only mean that duvet covers are provided but also the duvets, i.e. read "full bedding provided". The individual bed lamps did not function and there were now power plugs in the dorms. Breakfast is a pit pricey but tasty and organic.
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While the main entries will only start with the city of Bangkok to which I will be departing on Sunday, December 1st, I did have a little peek into Denmark with my friend over a week-end in October which now will serve as a test post.
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We had a nice breakfast with Anne then hit the road. In Flensburg we went on a shopping spree for fear of the high Scandinavian food prices - but the supermarket was so close to the Danish border that we suspect it to have adapted to Danish prices anyways :D Although Hannes kept saying that Denmark looks like Germany only more boring, the landscape changed to a lot ...
On the road first thing to get to Legoland. The parking lot was probably about a kilometre from the entrance and there were a lot of people - an understatement. The formal Lego village was great! Amazing buildings and lots of moving trains, cars, boats, etc. Legoland also has an amusement park with lots of rides - very much like a small Disneyland - very busy! Next stop was ...
... of connecting to the internet. We’d got so used to the very convenient Comviq ‘mifi’ device in Sweden that we wanted something similar for Denmark. Sadly, we found that it isn’t possible in Denmark to buy such a device, you have to have a Danish address (the same one as associated with your social security number ) so that was out. We could use a hotspot in the marina and pay for time that way, which in fact we did. Quite what the difference is, in that one ...