BEST WESTERN Hotel City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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It was another beautiful sunny day in Copenhagen. We rented bikes from our hotel, $25 each for the day. Tim turned on his GPS tracker and it seems we did over 35 km from one end of the city to the other.
Copenhagen is a city of bikes. And bike lanes. We even experienced a bike jam during rush hour. There must have been 50 bikes lined up at the …
Tomorrow we board the Royal Princess. We spent our day in Copenhagen exploring the city, again walking over 12 miles. We had a full breakfast at the hotel - their Danish pastries were too good. After breakfast we strolled along the waterfront and then headed to Tivoli, the in city amusement park that gave Disney the inspiration for his parks. We …
We spent the morning after breakfast on another walk around Amsterdam. I guess we've gotten to know the city pretty well - we were asked by a couple of people for directions and were able to give them. After checking out, we walked to the train station which was only about half a mile away. We took the train to the airport. The flight to Copenhagen …
... the little mermaid & canal living areas. Also saw some real mermaids swimming around. The weather here is very warm & everyone is out to catch the sun. On the edges of the canals & in the parks people everywhere laying in the sun. After the cruise off we went on the buses around the city with the running commentary. You can get off & on when ever it stops & there are some very interesting sites. After mucking around on the buses & having lunch we ...
... was very impressive and they all had a lot of lines but I wish I knew what they were saying. The primary school also apparently had a mock town where you could go to the bank and go around and purchase baked goods, food, and other things that they had put together. It is so interesting how they take a whole week off to do these activities; that would rarely be the case in American schools.
There is a tradition in Denmark called Jdag (J day) where the ...