Clarion Collection Packhuset
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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Hi all. Bit of a funny day today. Up and down for breakfast about 9:00 but really busy and a bit chaotic. Anyway checked out and got the car from its underground hotel ! Got out of Copenhagen ok and headed for the bridge. Not sure if you knew but this trip was a little inspired by a tv series made by the Danes and Swedes called The Bridge. Having …
... that you can drive up to and go inside to see the grinding stone and wooden gears...just like you owned the place. The entire windmill was turned by horse or ox to face the wind. There are people living on this long narrow island over a 14 km bridge out between the Kalmar Straight and the Baltic Sea. We ate at a large restaurant off the main road that was popular with the locals probably who were there before just to find the place. Our ancient yet ...
... a proper noun. He wished us well on our personal viking! Back on the road toward the main game, Ale’s Stones, a large boat shaped monument of stones four to six feet high set out in a shape of a boat. Atop a very windy hill on the southern most point of Sweden. We were directed into a car park, we guessed to keep the hordes out of the small village. Off we set, up the long windy hill, maybe 800 metres into the wind, dodging sheep droppings all the way. We ...
... and the major Swedish city of Malm÷. It connects the road and rail networks of the Scandinavian Peninsula with those of Central and Western Europe. A data cable also uses the bridge to carry all Internet data transmission for Finland.
We got to know our Copenhagen neighborhood by strolling up to the lively Str°get pedestrian center, followed by dinner at one of Denmark's oldest restaurants.
... placed, and for the last couple of years to a grocery store bin. This was heaven. However, I do not know what was wrong with some of the pumpkins, because some of them were literally rotting in the fields. Maybe they were also strategically placed, or Swedish pumpkins are weaker. Not sure. I did however find a good pumpkin to bring home. We had also bought one at the grocery store earlier that morning, so now we had two to get home.
For the next few hours ...