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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Press Photo Exhibition which was really eye opening and full of photos that had been taken from all over the world! The only issue we had was that because the lighting in the exhibit was so dim plus the fact that we hadn't slept since Monday night, we were all falling asleep! Note to self: don't sit down in a dimly lit room because you will fall asleep on a Danish stranger...
I don't think we apologised enough to that man!
A man?! I thought ...
That was a long night. We woke up at 0800 and realised we had managed a solid 12 hours sleep in. The time zone changes and small amounts of sleep had obviously hit us hard. But we felt much better, whipped up a few coffees and nailed breakfast before grabbing our stuff and heading out for the day. We didn't really a major plan of attack, but we wanted to check out the Tivoli gardens, the Little Mermaid statue and a few of the palaces and castles that were spread ...
... and it appears there is a grand wedding taking place, and no one is allowed inside the church, which is fine with me because that is not the reason for going. Our Savior's Church has a bell tower, around 400 steps high, that you can climb, with the final portion of the climb outside in a spiral staircase allowing a full 360 degree view of the area, not for the faint of heart, that is for sure. Wait in line for a while, with a lot of people complaining ...
Arriving in Copenhagen we were grumpy, irritable and hungry. We had taken 3 trains to get there from Motala and the main long-distance one was a filthy disease-wagon full of coughing sneeze-monsters and coffee-stained dust seats. I was sure we were going to leave that thing with at least a couple of parasites clinging to our bodies. If it had been a cheap fare I could have forgiven it, but it was way up there with Scandinavian prices, so no excuse! After ...
... canal cruise was part of the wedding entertainment, luckily it was fine and sunny then, we’d already had a burst of hail in the morning, so, we were all keeping our fingers crossed for fine weather for the photos and canal cruise. Sara and Thomas cut the cake on the boat, and shared champagne, beer and water with the guests.
The reception was in an old dock warehouse and a very special setting. There were 9 courses of food and a ...