Herlev Kro Hotel
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... another 2 hours plus the time spent at the palace didn't appeal so we decided to give the whole thing a miss and send an email to the bus company and the Tourist info when I get home. We vacated the bus, spoke to the driver who really couldn't be bothered and by this time neither could we. So the song goes like this Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen, the impression we got was anything but that.
In the ships berth behind us is The Disney ship Disney Magic, ...
... recreational trails, but their emphasis on municipal connections cannot be overstated. Perhaps not every resident of a far flung suburb will prefer to cycle to their job in Copenhagen, but they have the option (or will soon). This amazingly simple idea of giving bicycle transportation the same degree of respect and relative investment is the attitude we are still missing in most areas of the United States, and ...
... We all were comfy in the kitchen and the conversations among students and with Henrik, Eva, and their middle son Rasmus (spelling?), was fantastic. The students had only met each other 22 hours previously, and here was a lunch full of laughter, joking, and good times.
Henrik and Eva are also extremely knowledgable about local history, current policy, many things about the bike system and where it is going, and about ...
... places we were visiting. After walking around for a bit, we went to one of the many canals, had beers and talked while enjoying the beautiful afternoon. That night we went to the food carts, a large building consisting of over 40 different food trucks with a variety of foods and drinks. We then came back to the hostel and celebrated Hank's 22nd birthday with some of the other students in the program before heading to bed.
... will keep there house. In old age they don't have to make ends meet. Socialist government. I don't understand why people would want to work if they have enough money on welfare. But there system works, they are one of the happiest rated countries. I will never stay at home, travel runs in my bones. And I'm no longer scared to travel alone. The world is not as scary as we think. And I can't wait at home hoping an opportunity will arise. Solo travel is a thing. ...