Zleep Hotel Centrum
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... s Church, one of my favorite places we've seen here.
After the tour we walked over to Rosenborg Castle to see the crown jewels. The castle is located in a very beautiful park in the center of the city. We'd had enough walking for the day, but there was still more we wanted to see! So, we got our first Uber ride of the trip, and crossed the river into Christianshav to the Church ...
... every place in Copenhagen costs an arm and a leg, so it is a bit pricey, a lot more so than any of the places I just spent the past two weeks at in Eastern Europe, but that is the price you pay for going to Scandinavia. At least it is in a perfect location. After getting a little settled in the room, decide to go and check out everything that Copenhagen has to offer.
As I mentioned earlier, Tivoli is located just across the street, and it does look ...
... well and we were able to board right away.
Once on board only the public areas are open as you can’t get to your cabins until 1:00 PM, so Terry and I went to the café on deck 11 and got lunch. We sat a table with a couple from the Chicago area and had a nice conversation with them over lunch and while we waited for 1:00 PM. After dumping our carryon bags in the room we spent the afternoon roaming the ship and figuring out ...
... tickets and then we walked up a wide star to another locked door, which he came and opened once he’d let us all in. Through to another stair, this one narrower, then into a proper stone circular stair, and up to the inside of the dome, in the space between the stone interior and the copper exterior. Then a zigzag of steel stairs before finally walking through a door and onto a wooden platform atop the roof that encircled the dome just below the bell tower. The walkway ...
... wicked problem in planning. Highlights of their strategies included:
- Pedestrian counts with more/qualitative data (length of stay, activity type)
- Street opening events, which stores love
- Walking surveys, as opposed to stop and talk style
Today we went to Jan Gehl Architects and heard about the consulting that they had done in places like New York, UK and elsewhere. This place was cool ...