Hotel Djingis Khan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Viking ships over 1000 years old. They were discovered in the harbor ne'er the museum where they had been intentionally sunk to be used as a barrier for invading enemies. The 5 ships on display had anywhere from 20%-70% of the wood skin recovered and restored. Our local guide was terrific and very knowledgable. We learned a lot from here. One fact, despite all of the representation of Vikings, there is no evidence they wore helmets with horns. Furthermore, there ...
... at home is about 1/3 to 1/2 separated greenway, but in a very dense city. My primary concern with the design of my path (The Somerville Community Path) is that is crosses several streets and generally is only indicated by signage, it's not really protected by any "hard" infrastructure. I had created a proposal to calm traffic on the streets that cross the Community Path in my ...
... a good way to get yelled at by the locals. The Danes take their biking and bike lanes very seriously, you do not want to get in their way. I also noticed these fantastic bike lights. There are larger lights for cars, then smaller lights for bikes. Also they flash yellow before they turn green so you know to start pedaling, then everyone is already on their way once the light turns green. Seems like a handy system for keeping traffic moving efficiently. ...
For the first two weeks of 'university', the exchange students were allowed to settle in before the arrival of the Swedes and real class began. To help us adapt to the new culture, everyone of us was enrolled in a short SUSA (a Swedish language) course for the two weeks to teach us the basics of the language and also some of the cultural norms. Although this didn't count for any credit back home, learning some of the basic foods, etc proved to be pretty useful. ...
That's right! Today was the day we've all been waiting for...move in day! We woke up late (9am Denmark time) and rushed to our last buffet breakfast before making the journey to Amagerbrogade 62 where I will be living for the next 4 months. We took mom's beloved bus 26 to the metro and then to my neighborhood known as "Ama" by the locals. After meeting my super sweet roommate and her mother, Mom Dad and Nick went to finish exploring the city while I unpacked ...