- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... up now. However the bus I rode in on had shut off for the night, so I had to take a long way home. Even so, the bus only went from the hospital and not the kolligieum which was 500 meters walk away. This really sucked, but I finally got home around 3:00am. I am slightly not looking forward to staying out here but it's only for a few days. Regardless I am in Copenhagen and it's so nice I feel so safe here. No other place in the world I have this feeling. Copenhagen is truly a wonderful ...
... 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 ...
... and we thought why would we? Now we know! The Copenhagen airport is an airport attached to a mall--not a set of shops! Wow I wanted to stop and shop but no we had to race to the gate. We arrived as they were calling our names to check us in. Got our boarding passes and waited while they called Business class, Executive class, etc. Then they announced boarding for B-flex ticket holders and we waited until they told us that was us--who ...
... site! So there wasn't much space around! For breakfast we stopped off and bought a Danish pastry! Although here, apparently they are not called Danish pastries. Rather, they are called Vienna Bread as the pastries were apparently originally from Vienna! Leading up from the square is the Strøget - the main pedestrianised shopping street. It was only 10am, but it was really busy already! Many of the shops were the same as we get in England - H&M, ...
... over the most scenic route. They were right though and I got some photos of the city because it is great and worth feeling like a tourist for.
After breakfast in my hostel which was as good as I'hoped (the hostel not the breakfast), I took a gander, had a coffee and took the rest of the photos. Right next to the hostel is the Kongens Have or kings garden which is a nice park and almost completely silent whch is imressive seeing as ...