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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... in Denmark. Across the street was the Winter Palace of the queen. Finally our tour guide took us to the Little Mermaid statue which was the main character in the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale. The author was a Copenhagen resident and has written tons of classics. Tonight is the last night on the ship, I am sad to leave but I am also very excited to come ...
... Taphouse for pre-dinner beers. They had been there earlier in the day and loved it, so we all went back together. We ended up chatting with 3 middle-aged American pilots and bombarded them with questions gathered from our flights thus far. We felt reassured learning that the only airlines we ever really have to worry about flying on are Asian airlines. Apparently they don't even have to go to school to become a pilot. Yikes. They bought us another round and we left ...
When I get to a new city, I generally like to learn a bit of the local language. I have had very little experience with Scandinavian languages, but at a minimum, I'll have down: -Hello (Hej) -Thank you (Tak) -I would like... (Jeg vil gerne have...) -Where is... (Hvor er...) -Sorry (Det må du undskylde) The last one is used most frequently. However, I got the least amount of Danish practice in Copenhagen because everyone I met was quick to speak ...
... present, unemployment is low, working conditions are excellent, it has the lowest income inequality in the world, great health and child care benefits, they are not very materialistic and there is the lowest rate of obesity in the EU here. Sounds a great place to live. Bicycles are everywhere and and there are bike lanes on all city roads. It is the most popular way of commuting in towns and cities. In fact there Are twice the amount ...
... to see all of the parts. We decided to do the special exhibit while there and we're all glad we did. The exhibit was a modern artist none of us had heard of - Man Ray who lived in Paris until World War II then came to the U.S. He was fascinated with mathematics and much of his art is based upon 3 dimensional mathematical equations and models. I don't always like modern art but his was fascinating. His art took the form of both photography and painting and evolved into things ...