Clarion Collection Fregatten
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Fitness/Health center
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... right on the beach. It was pure luxury. The evenings were spent at Margareta's or Tom and Patricks. Margareta put on a fabulous Swedish feast with amazing food, snaps, hats and songs. It was a lovely evening. The following day Patrick took us walking in a wooded forest area through lovely thick moss and trees and we ended the day with a coffee perched on mats overlooking a winding river below. ...
... s been preparing for their move to Beijing. He had lots of photos of various apartments in central Beijing, and has been telling everything about the city and areas in which they are likely to live. Besides the actual apartments, location, closeness to the subway system and his future office, nearby facilities and the quality of the residential buildings are to be taken into consideration.
I can't believe they're actually moving ...
... a grumpy Dane telling us camping out the front of his designated campsite was apparently faux par. Laura is proud as punch to have stood up to him and his ridiculous $50 AUD per night prices. Luckily, the Carlsberg Brewery housed us nicely for 3 nights in their car park.
Luckily on closer inspection, Copenhagen actually did live to the Laura hype. It got better and better as we explored it over the next few days and now I would be keen for a return trip.
... have lunch in the city and admire the city center.
After that was a day of mostly off-road bike paths with pretty views, most notably one on a ridge with views of the sea and flowering farmland. The only negative this day was a persistent light ...
... is the phenomenon whereby less saline water from the Baltic (which receives more fresh water than it can evaporate) finds its way out into the North Sea via the Kattegat (where we were sailing), to be replaced by a weaker, deeper flow of saline water. This current added a knot or so to our speed, which was welcome, given that the light wind wasn’t really powerful enough to drive CW at a reasonable rate.