Travel Blogs from Hillerød
... outlines for trees. One horse had just fouled and frolicked in the paddock just across from our cottage. Bas watched it kicking up its heals at 4am one morning. Like uk the evening were long and light. Gregg's new house will have pleasant views over the countryside and sky which is missing in their present home. I would be totally frustrated by Danish rules and ...
... any groups of loitering youth. They did, however, mention that many members of the gang (the primary one in Nørrebro called LTF) are currently in jail which might have to do with the reports of the neighborhood feeling more safe lately. They were very concerned about the violence the gangs bring to the city but also noted that there is little spill over into the lives of Danish citizens who are not associated with the gangs. Even the violence within the gangs ...
... nooks and crannies; and hidden sources
and natural light for the main lighting, with elaborate lamps to balance
everything out. It ...
... again we only lost the quiz by a point, then finished off the evening in the Lido Lounge, where we spent some time talking with Dave Kristian, the Geordie comedian, and enjoyed more of the free drinks. I really will have to diet when I get back home, this lifestyle cannot be good for my liver! But home was another world away, and tomorrow we had our final sea day to look forward to. ...
... to having out at a table with the most random group of propel ever. A guy from Alabama who lives in Germany now, a few people from England of which only two knew each other, two Finnish women, and then us. They were great company and we stayed at the hostel for a good while but ultimately our crew hasn't eaten so we invited everyone to trek with us to get some food and to our surprise everyone wanted to hang out. We ate some pizza and kebap ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking