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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... minutes later an employee arrived! Perfect opportunity to try out my Danish! Hit her with a few phrases, no response apart from puzzlement...she was Croatian. Another employee arrived, I didn't bother...the boss arrived, gave him a blast of Danske...he was Lithuanian... 0 from 3.
Grabbed our key, got into a taxi (whilst the manager cycled our two biggest bags) and went to the apartment.
The apartment ...
... through the picturesque grounds. I couldn't help feeling so old as we ambled through past quite frankly terrifying looking rollercoasters, dodgems, choppy looking pirate ships and an alarming looking kamikaze which appeared to rotate so quickly it could easily cause one to pass out.
Instead, we walked round the lake and the gardens which one would imagine would be a peaceful activity, and which it would have been had we not spotted an abandoned duckling. It ...
... this pair of tourists; welcome to my world of travel with Peter! By mid afternoon we had walked nearly 2 km in the rain to the Carlsberg Glyptokek sculpture gallery and spent s couple of hours taking in the most marvellous collection, that included more Rodins than you can imagine and incredible Egyptian and Etruscan collections as well. I ran out a little - don't know why- and camped out in the cafe while Peter saw a bit more. I was ...
It is now 3:24am eastern time and we are only 1 hour away from Copenhagen. I tried to sleep but it's hard to get comfortable on an airplane. They just served "breakfast". They gave us a piece of banana bread and offered us drinks. I didn't take any though because I didn't really feel hungry, and it didn't look the greatest. I then decided to eat my yogurt I brought with me. It was a strawberry activia one. My plane arrived around ...
... Nebraska; in terrain, its architecture and in its people. In so many ways we felt right at home here and it is obvious Northern Europeans settled the Midwest. Very few people pegged us for Americans...until we spoke, that is.
Bruce did great driving on narrow, winding roads. The roads are not marked well and are confusing for people who are not familiar with the area. He spent half his time looking in ...