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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... some amazing friends.
We really have, and it's all down to Sarah, Pete and Rachel for organising it so thank you very much! So, what have we learnt from this trip? Copenhagen is quite expensive, but no more expensive than a few days in London so just be aware of that. The city is beautiful and there are so many things to do but maybe don't stick to typically tourist activities. You will have fun no matter what you do and no matter how you spend. Have fun!
... over the water and then goes inside a tunnel under the water and then a few minutes later….you are in Sweden! Easy as that! You actually do not even realize you have gone under the water.
I walked around the central area of Malmo which is a quaint city combining the new and the old. At one point, I went across a bridge that was built in 1900 and then 20 metres later, another bridge that was built ...
... seems to be in perfect condition, or at least the condition it was in when it was home to the King. The highlight of the place is a stunning Long Hall that was used for banquets but now is just one gigantic room, no table in site. Large tapestries hang from the wall depicting the Danes winning a number of battles back in the day.
Heading out of the main part of the Castle, head to the basement which houses the Royal Danish Treasury, the literal ...
... was living with us, because every now and then would be a word or two that we recognised like, ‘John Farnham’, ‘ACDC’ or even ‘Crowded House’!! Amazing what you hear on German radio!
By about 1.00pm we decided that we needed to stop for lunch somewhere with wifi so that we could contact our host to tell him we might be a tiny bit later than expected …. so McDonalds for lunch!! As luck ...
... a seat and somewhere to stow our luggage. We felt very clever when we found a roomy, quite empty carriage and duly settled in. We couldn't understand why it was so quiet with no one talking except us. Sue then spotted a sign saying "stillezone". We duly shushed like everyone else for the next couple of hours. We found out later they have stille and family designated carriages on their trains. Our days are often ...