Best Western Hotel Stensson
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It had been great to see Kristian and a good way to get a locals perspective on living here. Denmark seems to have a lot of things well sorted. Cat, Adam and I then walked back into town. Yesterday we had missed the Lego shop, so made our way there this afternoon. It was quite a small shop, considering Denmark is the home of Lego. Adam found an area where you can make your own Lego people. By the time I found him, he had already made me and himself. ...
... the city is packed with ally's, small roads and buildings that look the same. It's a good adventure if your not in a hurry, otherwise can be frustrating when you're rushing for a train!!! Watch for bikes - with the thousands of bikes comes the challenge of crossing the street. Not only do you need to dodge 4 or 6 lanes of cars, but 2 to 4 more of bikes..... Any they're crazy! Lol we, on occasion forgot the extra wide 'footpath' was a cycle lane too. ...
... which was rather inefficient, we got to the gates and only boarded just after 1pm. The original flight out of Copenhagen due to leave at 9.50am was cancelled due to mechanical problems and the staff at the airport spent ages trying to work out substitute flights for passengers making connections. Our only gripe was that they didn't tell us what was going on until we asked! But all is well onboard now, so let's hope the rest of the day is ...
... still standing there. Still watching. Our saviour (the tow truck) finally arrives, pulls us out, car is still ok (thank goodness), we wave toodles to the cow and continue on our way to Bergen. I like to think there was a lesson to be learnt here today. At times, things are going to go horribly wrong in your day. There's always going to be the onlookers (friend or foe) watching you fall on your face. Some will help, others won't. It's how you get up ...
... plans, motorcycles and bicycles from the last 100 plus years, as well as the castle.
Having undergone a major restoration in the 1880s and because it is used regularly by the family who own it, everything was in very good condition.
By the time we had wandered around for a couple of hours with it drizzling most of the time as the temperature dropped to 15 degrees - welcome to summer in northern Europe - and then made and eaten lunch out of the hatch of the DS3 in the carpark ...