Glostrup Park Hotel
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... other items. The rain was quite heavy as I left and walked to Central Station. I didn't know my rail pass actually worked from the station I was at, Norreport, as this is a regional commuter station as well as a metro station.
... gift If someone fancies themselves to be a socially superior or hoity toighty, they are horskey snorskey. If a place is very cosy and comfortable its Hoogley. I don't know how but I'm going to find a way to work that into my conversations The danish have been voted the happiest people in the world. Daniel had several theories on why. His main theory was Carlsberg beer. They pay a lot of skat (tax) with the highest marginal rate being 49%. However, they do get ...
... thing you see along the way. However be comforted that depending on where you are at there will be no less than two dozen other people doing the exact same thing. This also makes for excellent people watching, especially when those over the age of 65 try to operate either a smart phone or a camera to take those new-fangled "self pictures” everyone’s talking about.
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... my long journey home!
We went to Burger King so we could sit down properly, but I was so nervous it was hard to eat anything.
Soon enough, it was time for Anne and Ida to take me to security. My eyes were welling up with tears and soon they were overflowing as I hugged Anne and Ida good bye. Both had been so incredibly generous with their time, and allowing me to live in their homes, eat their food and use their things.
... Our Saviour Himself apparently sits atop of the golden globe, keeping an eye on the city.
I loved that, I think it was one of my favourite things here so far.
Afterwards, we walked around the corner to Christiania. Christiania is a self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood on the edge of Copenhagen. It houses about 850 residents, who apparently all know each other like family. They control who can live in there, though tourists can freely walk through. ...