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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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On Wednesday I took the day off since it's Easter break here. I finally rode my bike from home to the school. It was supposed to take an hour and 15 minutes, but it took me 3.5 hours! I got lost lots of times :)
... Statue (B+) in the dark. It's a good job I can navigate well as it is neither well lit nor that well signposted. By armed with the cheap torch we had bought at Kronborg the other day we got to see her and get some pretty decent photos without the need to contend with other tourists.
A quick trip back to the hotel and a couple of tasty local beers in the bar and it was the end of a very busy, very filling and very interesting day!
... in the languages. We found ourselves trying to explain “the whole nine yards” and “the whole enchilada” – how can anyone learn English? Peter was leaving the following day for a business trip to New York City, his first trip there. He was armed with a long handwritten list of “must see, must eat, must drink” spots from Vince. It was a great pleasure to share a meal with the family that has opened its home to ...
... store for som veggies to add to our leftovers. We then dropped the kids at home, put on a show and headed down a couple of blocks for a beer at a little microbrewery. We all felt better after that and made it an early night... When I plugged in my UP band we found that we had walked over 24,000 steps or over 11 miles... A good nights sleep and up for our last full day... Hoping we make it a good ...
... It even had glassed doors that divided the carriage into sections. there was even storage for bicycles.It also had free internet, very classy.
We had a lovely train ride and finally reached Helirod. When we got out of the train we followed the signs and thought the castle would be easy to find, but seemed to walk for quite some time to get
there, but that was nice too as we were checking out this small ...