Best Western Hotel Eyde
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Today was a day I have looked forward to for ages...Ida and I were going to LEGOLAND! My computer seems to automatically change it into capitals when I write Lego land together, like even my computer knows my excitement at going.
Ida's sister Anna and Anna's boyfriend Alf were able to borrow a car, and they picked us up from Ida's place and drove us the hour and a half journey to LEGOLAND.
We got the tickets and headed straight into the ...
... was comfortable yet perplexing in its additional costs and rules- especially as we had already thought the two-night stay was going to cost us an arm and a Lego (thanks, Pete Fitzpatrick for the pun!)...Bed linen, water and electricity all cost extra and while we can't speak yet for the utilities, it cost us 430DKK (about $85AUD) to hire some towels and sheets (as we were unlikely to include ...
... the hotel rooms have been very warm. In some we have opened the window to cool them down. Here Ruth rang to find out how to turn off the heating and how to open the window (hold in the inconspicuous buttons at top and bottom of the window then turn the handle) and we kept the window open until the street noise increased, by which time the room had cooled down to ...
This was our first one night stop. We had breakfast in the hotel then parked our luggage in the hotel's luggage room before walking to Legoland. Tom was like a lttle kid – grinning as we explored. Legoland turns out to be a mixture of an adventure park (aimed at smaller children) and stunning displays of Lego structures. Tom declined to go on any of the rides but we think we saw everything there was to see, ...
The ferry ride was as smooth as going over. Kurt was waiting at the bottom of the gangway to meet us. He had squeezed a few minutes into his day to be there. He guided us to the train station talking as we went then helped us buy our tickets and saw us off on the train when it left a few minutes later. Meeting Lili and Kurt makes the visit to Laeso much more memorable. Now Ruth would like to find out more about what life was like on Laeso in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking