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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... as the polar bears! Europeans couldn't understand what was so exciting about seeing a polar bear, but many friends back home found it equally as novel. There are a wide range of animals to see, so highly recommend visiting it! It is about a 15 minute bus ride from the city center, so it is easily accessible (although would not recommend walking that distance!).
- Rosenborg Castle: there are quite a few castles in Copenhagen, but this one was ...
... all his famous tales!
We walked back along the port and went into a restaurant Aaron had read about called Cap Horn where they serve traditional Scandinavian dishes. It was very quant and warm inside with a real fire burning away in the centre of the room. As we had already grabbed ourselves a Polser (Danish Hot Dog, YUM!!) we were too full to have something big but still wanted to have a nibble on something. We got the herring which was on top of some sort ...
... and she's really sad that we're leaving. How sweet is that?! I asked Demi to tell her that we had so much fun spending time with her, and that we can't wait to see her again in December after Africa. Speaking of Africa, we leave for that place TOMORROW! We need to organize things a little, figure out what we're taking and what we're leaving here, and maybe figure out if we can do laundry. Then, we'll hop on the metro to the Airport, take a ...
Do Shopping along pedestrian street: Strøget . Go into Illum shopping Mall and look for snow suit.
Walk all the way back to Hotel.
Tivoli is celebrating Halloween. Visit this place if feel like it. Else rest & sleep early.
We took a train from Copenhagen to Helsingor to see Kronburg Castle on Ben's recommendation. we thought about doing a bus tour, but he thought to do it independently would be considerably cheaper and it was. Our training skills are improving and we managed to get there and back without much probably despite most things being in Danish. The trip only took around 35 minutes and run along the coast where they were many beautiful ...