Danhostel Helsingor Vandrerhjem
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Travel Blogs from Helsingør
... William and the boys were in our car with Rohan. Rohan expressed that William was talking nonstop in English and was speaking so well. How special for our boys to have a new friend, their age, who was so comfortably using his English and enjoying showing them around. They enjoyed climbing and running through the grounds and Will showed us a great way to take a trick photo against the wall. They had fun setting up a few different poses.
The castle was very well ...
... first we caught a ballet/modern dance troupe in the Peacock amphitheater then the marching band that is composed of young boys that live on the premises and they have two shows daily. The weather was warm in the high 70's low 80's they all thought it was hot but to us it was very comfortable. We walked probably too much but there isn't a part of the park that we did not see. We passed on the adrenaline rides and opted for nachos and wine for lunch. ...
A huge day today !! We drove into Copenhagen and after parking, walked to the square where we were to pick up our tour bus !! a quick pic with Hans Christian Anderson and flying walk through the council building we started to head north on our Castle adventure.
The area was just gorgeous, many beautiful houses along the coast, obviously a quite well to do area. The scenery was magical.
Our first Castle is one of the further most north eastern points where you can ...
... Barcelona that day was already full, so we had to decide on another option. Either we wait for the replacement flight at 4pm tomorrow or buy a new flight. We chose the latter. So with some help from three Norwegian ladies, we booked a 7am flight to Barcelona tomorrow (after somehow cancelling it the first time we did it). Following this, we caught the shuttle to our free accommodation for the night, which included free buffets. Things of Note: - By the end of it all, we had ...
Today we were at Helsingor on the Danish side of the Oresund looking back at Sweden. It's only a matter of 4kms between Sweden & Denmark at the narrowest point apparently.
Elke had to work today so I was in the capable hands of Per. We walked around the cobbled streets, looking at the old buildings & the many shops selling cheap alcohol to the visiting Swedes. A ferry runs very regularly between the two countries with alcohol ...
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