Glostrup Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Glostrup
... left of the rail pass though and then I won't really have to worry about it.
Next stop: Gothenburg, Sweden
# of countries: 22
# of cities: 50
# of bus rides: 11
# of ...
... of the main centre. We wandered up past Tivoli Gardens which the children had so enjoyed all those years ago. We then found the Town Hall, a very ornate building and nearby, Hans Christian Andersen's statue. Half of the square was under reconstruction. Here as in all Northern countries Summer is Construction season.
We then ambled down the Storget, the pedestrian mall which runs through the centre. As it was a Saturday afternoon there ...
Nothing much exciting yet and possibly nothing you will recognise but I thought I'd drop an update to say I'm still alive and well.
Missing my friends and family...
Mum - cooking that mince/bacon/eggplant mix thingy - but on the stove, and with zucchini instead of eggplant. And look at the wok/pan ...
... was not cheap, but I'm still glad we got the buffet instead of the cafe. There was a very wide variety of food- tons of seafood, meat, cheeses, a few veggie dishes, and dessert. None of it was super-exciting and none of it was fabulously tasty, but it was all reasonable and there were a lot of different things to have a little of. According to the manual in the room, tips are already included, and the service reflected this. Still, I think the buffet was the way to go.
... hour-long ferry ride through the channel, from
which we saw many of the city's most famous relics. The buildings were
spectacular, amplified in beauty by the sparkling weather, and one feature that
stood out to me was the ocean smell: similar to that in California, but also
unique. In Hawai`i and Okinawa, the smell of the sea is not as detectable, but
in Copenhagen, there definitely was a fresh ocean fragrance that painted the
scenery more delicately.