Sturup Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Welp, last night after my coffee date with my Danish mom, I was invited to go to Malmö, Sweden today with some friends, so we went! We woke up early and took the bus to Central Station and then the regional train all the way to Malmö. When we exited the station in Sweden the first thing we noticed was a ton of construction. Scaffoldings, tarps, and orange caution drums were scattered on the sidewalks and at street corners. It was not until we got out of this congested area ...
See you later Denmark!!!!!
Today we said good bye to Denmark.
we did this by going to the markets again and getting plenty of food and drink. We then followed our way to the station right outside and caught the train to Malmo.
Once we arrived at Malmo we waited 3 hours for the hostel reception to open. During this time we went to the pub next door and used the wifi and had some lunch.
Waiting and waiting at Copenhagen airport. It's 30 degrees which is very rare here. The airport has very limited air conditioning and it's horrible inside. I am almost looking forward to the cold. I have done something to me knee so we came straight to the airport from the boat. It took an hour of waiting to get a taxi as today happens to be the last day of Ramadan and 80 percent of the taxi drivers are Muslim and therefore aren't working today .... And as a result there were very ...
... I started off earlier than normal, and hopped on the train up to Helsingor to pay a visit to Kronborg Castle, or Elsinore to those Shakespeare fans out there. It was around a 45 minute train ride, fairly non thrilling, and I arrived to somewhat cooler environment, and quite windy. The castle is located on the north-west coast, so the breeze coming off one sea/ocean or other was quite bracing. I took the fifteen minute or so walk from the train to the ...
... best ways to see Copenhagen is by bicycle... Everyone here rides bikes. In fact, half the street is a designated bike lane, so we rented a few! We were able to talk what I call the "Bike Guy" at Royal Bikes down to 50 Krones a bike - actually It was all Tony's doing. (He's a salesman for Acsics, who joined Matt and Peter on their journey) and he turned our team into a party. It wasn't his first rodeo here in Copenhagen so it was great to have him lead the way.
Some of ...