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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... well for people who are not familiar with the area. He spent half his time looking in the rear view mirror on the autobahn so he could quickly move to the right to make room for the BMW or the Audi screaming up behind us at alarming speed. Without a map reader/navigator, (Cindy) we would still be wandering some back road in country we did not expect to visit.
Now it is time to:
--Take it easy and let someone else take us around
... harbor of Copenhagen. It was definitely on my list of things to see, though I heard it was a let down. And, as promised, it was much smaller and much less exciting than you’d think. However, as you walk down the harbor away from the cruise ship, you know you’re getting close because of the huge group of tourists taking photos.
When we first pulled into Copenhagen, Emily and I rode the hop-on bus around the town in ...
... will not bring you a cot for an additional charge. Nothing like that. You must book a suite, end of story. There are no other options available. And perhaps that is because the entire suite was only 398 square feet. Cozy! Imagine how small a standard room must be. Oh, and there is no air conditioning in the hotels in northern Europe. They don't need it; except in July! LOL! By 11PM it was starting to look like night outside; WTF??? And off to bed we went. I will leave it at that for ...
... I later saw in Copenhagen Cathedral. Thorvaldsen is buried in the museum courtyard.
I was much more sociable than my usual solo-travelling mode: London friend Tracey was in town for a week to attend Eurovision, her friend Monika from Berlin came also for a few days, we went out with Tracey’s Copenhagen friend Pia and one time with a friend of hers named Jan, and I met up with my diving friend Morten and his wife Anette – ...
... Station for the princely sum of about £3-£4. The system is easy to understand, efficient and clean, simple really.
The first night didn't consist of much except getting there and making plans for the first full day - a trip to go and try to find Hamlet. The hotel I'd managed to pick was about 5 minutes walk from the Central Train Station, situated on Town Hall Square and within viewing distance of ...