- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... I had just gotten out of my Environmental History of Europe class a few hours before, where we had discussed the very topic I was reading and seeing in the museum! It's moments like these that really make you appreciate studying abroad! Fun Fact: Danes are extremely trusting of each other. It is uncommon for the metro conductor to come and check tickets and its normal for stores to have high priced items ($100+) outside on racks. The most ...
... tables to add to our room. After getting two tables, they had forgotten that they put the shells in. When they walked back in, the toaster was smoking, and when opened it up, flames shot out. I was terrified and yelled for someone to find a fire extinguisher. Sure enough, there was one in the hallway, locked, and no tool to break open the glass. One of our friends had filled up a pot of water and was about to pour it on the toaster, but someone else yelled to them to not do ...
... talking about it or visualize it with computing power, but by building it in reality. By putting words into action!The experiment will reap new experience when it comes to alternative designs, materials and forms of cooperation, and a time form the basis of conferences and debates for construction professionals in both the public and private sectors. Dome of Visions must challenge the building industry and material producers responsibility when it comes to ...
... just that! We had our very own Borgen tour and as it was the first Tuesday of October, the Danish parliament opened which was all very exciting. The flags were flying, the Queen was there somewhere (and maybe Princess Mary as well) and the Danish female Prime Minister, Helle, officially opened proceedings. There was a protest going on outside the parliament but we gave them a wide berth and climbed The Tower for a view over the city. For almost 100 years there was a secret room at ...
... I loved seeing the historical buildings and the landmarks. Copenhagen was such a big highlight for me. I always knew Anne and Ida would be friends for life, but this trip definitely confirmed it. They opened their homes, families, boyfriends, wallets and hearts for me, and I can't express my huge gratitude to them. I sincerely hope that they come visit me soon so that I can repay some of their generosity.
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