Hilton Copenhagen Airport
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We slept in until 10 today and had a leisurely breakfast in the exec lounge. We then travelled north to Elsinore by train. The trip took twice as long as it should because the was work on tracks and the direct express train couldn't run, instead we had to transfer a few times. We learnt the history of King Frederick who was one of the wealthiest …
After a 2 hour layover in Iceland we continued on to Copenhagen with more food and sleep enroute. We are staying at the Hilton attached to the airport, I was able to get a deal trading in a few loyalty points to bring the rate down to $12CAD. Because of my status we were upgraded to the executive floor. We are on a high floor and we can see the …
May 30, Friday sea day Finally a day of rest.We do not have to get up early, but who can sleep.We had breakfast in the dining room and went to see the captains presentation on building solstice class ships. He is so funny we try not to miss anything he is saying. we have not had a comedian on this cruise. I suppose we do not need one with this captain. We went to another ...
... So no time-wasting, I'll make do with a walk-by. Instead I revert back to my original plan and pop into the next museum I see. Sort of my original plan: Instead of the NATIONALMUSEET I end up (after paying) in the NY CARLSBERG GLYPTOTEK, something, despite it being a must-see, I was not particularly keen to see. However, after about 5 min I realise that it was a great decision: beautiful Roman, Greek and Egyptian busts and ...
... H.C. Andersen's home town of Odense, it was a nice prelude. We had Carlsberg Christmas Beers in front of the fireplace, then headed out for one last chilly Christmas night at Tivoli. We had found this teeny bar in the corner of the park whose drink prices were weirdly half the price of the rest of the park's, so we plopped ourselves there for Irish Coffees and admired the twinkly holiday wonderland. Copenhagen gets an enthusiastic, chilly thumbs-up. Tomorrow, ...