First Hotel Jorgen Kock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... It was pretty amazing. I really don't know where to start. The West Harbor was old ship yard or docks turned into development. The area was very green and sustainable. Green roofs, quaint three to five stories residents apartments, solar powered car share systems and whatever else you can imagine in the realm of sustainability. If a town farther north than Juneau can do it every city in North Americs should ...
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A quiet afternoon reading, watching TV exploring the ship - as you do on sea days. Was tempted to see "Unbroken" in the theatre but time got away from us.
Peta and Paul were a lot more conscientious and took off on a fast walk around the promenade deck. Peta did 12 circuits with Paul close behind on 10. But I am told it was a test of endurance on the windward side and ...
... area of Copenhagen called Freetown Christiania which is a self-run neighborhood of around 850 residents. The cannabis trade has been a source of controversy with the city government for years, but for now, it continues to house funky architecture with citizens wanting to live alternative lifestyles. It's a fun place to checkout and appreciate their unique lives.
Kimmie took me around the beautiful city and to popular tourist sites ...
I took the 45 min train from the northern port city of Helsingborg to Malmo, from where I had crossed by ferry into Sweden, arriving in Malmo by 5pm. I still had time to walk around before dark.
Since my last visit in 2003 a new set of modern towers has gone up as the city is slowly becoming more of a ...
... sunny, brisk sea air so jumper was required, and I sat out on the back bar enjoying a few bevies. I realised I could see land on both sides of the boat, if Denmark was on the left, I guess that meant the land on the right must be Sweden. Now I get why they had all those wars, it wasn't that far to sail. Although the enemy could surely see you coming. I did end up going to bed early like a sensible girl. I've been told the sunrise over Norway in the morning is amazing so early start ...