Hotel Master Johan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... European city squares but unusual up here. Stopped for a drink, before walking back to the Boomer and driving along the coast to the camp. 400 sites, expensive and choc-a-bloc but near to the bus for the train to Copenhagen tomorrow. Walked across the camp for a view of the Oresund bridge to Denmark (the planet's longest cable-tied road and rail bridge, ...
Our first full day in Copenhagen saw a determined effort to walk ourselves into the timezone. The Viking Museum at Roskilde was terrific. The museum is built around the archaelogical remains of five Viking era boats that were sunk around 1000 to 1050CE in the main channel in the approaches to Roskilde port, at that stage the capital of the Danish people and their most important trading port. Of the five boats on display, one, the longboat carried around 80 ...
... were geese and statues and beautiful bridges everywhere. We also happened upon a tightrope walker and watched him get halfway across the river before falling. It was like getting to see a circus act for free.
We enjoyed walking around town, looking at ships and boats. It wasn't too cold so the walk was quite pleasant. Unfortunately, our night train to Denmark was too expense to allow us to stay the night so we left and took a night train to Amsterdam. That ...
... be playing Finland in the semi-final on Saturday! I can feel the excitement building already!
GO CANADA GO
... til next time,
Phil & Sandra
PS ~ We will be at the larger arena for Saturday & Sunday's games. Not sure where our seats are, but keep looking for us and cheering on our boys!!
... interesting to look at. I love European churches they have amazing art and sculptures. We then went to see a home build by the rich families in the 1500's....it was like a time share. When a family was coming to see the King they would not want to stay at an inn with the commoners so they would stay at this house and the families co-ordinated the times they would be there. It was built in a tiny square hidden ...