Copenhagen Go Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today is a sad day. It's packing day. Princess will throw us off tomorrow morning. After a month I thought they liked us. However, some dispute over wanting more money to go again will leave us standing on the pier in Copenhagen at 8:30 in the morning. After doing four loads of laundry at 2:00 this morning I managed to crawl in bed at 4:00, and faded off to Skyfall for the 24th straight night. Nice ...
... nondescript building. Now I have a problem with Zoological and Natural History museums in that I compare every one of them to the NHM in London which I believe to be the finest museum in the world. So bear that in mind when I say that the one in Copenhagen was OK, but not great.
The main draws of the Zoological Museum (B+) are a permanent exhibition about a mammoth find in Ukraine which excavated somewhere over ...
... version of the Berkeley locavore mindset.
In preparation for our trip, we went to the Noma website and quickly figured out that we would not be enjoying the Noma experience. Not only were reservations required many months in advance, the price of dinner for the three of us would be more than our round-trip airfare to Copenhagen.
Not to be deterred, we got a list of New Nordic alternatives from a local, the mother of one ...
... I would so much rather have the faulty part discovered while on the ground! And I can't help but think that if it had been an air Canada flight we would have been stuck for 3 hours on the aircraft as opposed to out in the airport. So we got to the airport at 10:12 this morning via the highly efficient train from Copenhagen and we left in a taxi to stay at hotel Bella sky at about 5:45 pm. The airline has ...
... if it was only on a bus. Everyone decided it would be more fun to sit up the top of the double decker bus so after Nan took a few photos of us to send to you we settled back to enjoy the ride.
The ride took us past lots of Copenhagen's famous buildings and the Canals before we arrived at Amalienborg Palace where all the members of the royal family live including the Queen. Prince Frederick and Princess Mary live in one of the four ...