Travel Blogs from Hillerød
... trainee so had to wait a bit then went through and got my bag and went and collected my tickets and asked the lady when the next train was. Got down the escalator and the train arrived a minute later. Go on and sat next to the door and listened to my music. Then told amber that I would catch the tube to hers and I should remember how to walk to hers. I got off at st pancras and walked down to king across. I wanted to find the platform 9 and 3/4 but I ...
... sink - for 3 canadian dollars more than a bunk in the 8-bed room - (Budapest, you continue to amaze!!). Because it was a German train, and the reservation fee for the cheapest bunk was double or triple that which we'd paid in the past, we decided to chance it on the seats. Some of the older trains have locking compartments, as opposed to the more modern 2 2 seats on either side of the aisle and we were hoping to get one of these ...
... took an umbrella with us when we left the hotel. The last two times we've been away and I have got wet from the rain, I've ended up with Bronchitus so I'm hoping I didn't get too wet today.
We left there after checking out a few more thingsand made our way to Rosenborg Slot (Slot is Dasnish for Castle). This Castle was built by Christian IV and only four Danish Kings used this lovely place for their homes. The Castle looks small but ...
... from the promotional video.
Examples of sustainable practices aboard the vessel included not replacing advertising. Most of the posters around the ship hearkened back to twenty year-old advertising campaigns.
The fact that we took a ship instead of flying was ecological. It took longer but the ride was nice. And wind. There was lot's of wind. And that's good.
... for half an hour, we set out on bicycles to explore the city.
Bikes are everywhere in CPH. Thirty-six percent of people ride their bikes to work, mostly because cars and gasoline are taxed heavily, but also because CPH is committed to being environmentally friendly.
We went from Nørrbro into the city and saw lots of stunning architecture, old and new. Denmark is particularly well known for its architects. CPH is in some sense a studio ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking