Comfort Hotel Nouveau
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... took it to the Amalienborg Palace, the royal residence. The information sheet from the ship said that two of the four buildings are open to the public. However, nothing seemed open. I asked one of the many guards (see photo) and he looked at me like I was from Mars, stating that nothing was open to the public except a small gift shop. The guards were smartly attired ...
... wrong direction. So we walked .5 miles in the right direction and asked a women with her child where the 26 bus towards the Little Mermaid was. She confidently pointed to a bus stop surrounded by scaffolding and we went over just making it 1 minute before the bus arrived. Drying off and warming up on the bus, we patted ourselves on the back that we had been able to navigate ourselves through the cold and rain even when we were lost. However, our stomachs ...
... different architecture along the coast. City Hall had a large tower and there was a closeby castle tower in the rear.
On arrival again there was no passport control or customs. The striking town hall was directly outside the ferry terminal. The street to the side led to ...
... we had one of these at home! So nice to see the walking/biking city lifestyle. We mostly window shopped, but spend a goodly amount of time in a huge Danish home store – kitchen goods, décor, furniture. We were in minimalist heaven; nothin’ but clean lines and sleek, practical design to be seen. I mean, why have a bottle opener when you can have a perfectly smooth chrome blob that looks like a tiny ...
... lot of agriculture, and a generally less frenetic pace. We decided to head to one of the National Parks near the city of Arhus. Along the way, we stopped in Aalsborg, a very old city in the northern part of Jutland. The old town here was pretty old, with large buildings dating back to the 1500s including a still-active monastery. We didn’t have a bunch of time to spend there, but it seemed very interesting.
In our typical style, we drove, ...