BEST WESTERN Jørgensens Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that things like transaction fee's from your bank and currency exchange rates will not be in your favor. You can use your bankcard to withdraw moneys from the ATM's situated inside of the city, but its worth noticing that there will likely be a charge for this service.
The weather in Copenhagen is slightly colder to that of the UK. Whilst we were there in October, the overcast weather was around 3 degrees colder than that of England. So you will ...
Walked downtown, to get a battery for the cellphone and had a nice time while Spencer fought with a bank that had an ATM that ate his card... after we resolved the issue, we walked to the Cathedral and then worked awhile with my classes in a nice coffee place, up above it had a good rooftop view: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9IEYRT ...
... now stone, or encase wooden beams in cement, to prevent the spread of fire and a lot of buildings have the corners removed so that firetrucks can more easily navigate the narrow European streets.
Denmark is quite informal - people here have a casual sense of style, yet it still seems very put together and chic. Their style is very simple and the most popular colour combination is black on black on black. And their general style is ...
... tear up during Domestic Blitz? Not sure what is wrong with me there! We were the only ones in the cinema right up until the movie started, where two others sat a few rows ahead. Other than that, it was a very empty cinema. The seats could also recline ever so slightly when you leant back, which did give me a bit of a surprise when I settled in.
I went back to Ida's place for the night. We joke about who has custody of me, and tonight, it's Ida's turn.
... further throughout the town, right up to the top of the hill, where Horsens Prison is located. Ida said it's like the 'castle' of Horsens, because it's a gorgeous building on top of the hill. It's a museum since its closure in 2006. Before that, it was used as a jail for 153 years, since its inception in 1853.
We walked around the museum for a few hours, and I was really interested by how honest the prison was about its own history, ...