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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... but since it was more spacious and open, people were not clustered and cramped together. This results in an even quieter, calm, and slow atmosphere than Copenhagen's busy streets and plazas.
The City of Gladsaxe and Albertslund were similar to each other in its suburban form. Both of the suburbs had a small city center where most of the activity occurred. One thing most of us noticed was the hostile biking environment compared to Copenhagen. Many drivers drove at ...
... wore me out before lunch at Henrik's. Lunch was, however, absolutely delicious! I may have been half awake but my taste buds never sleep! The open faced sandwiches were tasty, with smoked mackerel sprinkled with lemon. Nom nom noms. And there must be drugs in Danish apple juice because it was addicting. I might've had more than my fair share, but then again what is ...
... started to sound, and soldiers carrying firearms started racing about. They locked the exit gates, so that all the tourists on site had to mill around in the court yard. Then the sirens sounded and policemen raced in (their SWAT team?). About twenty minutes later they admitted that it was a false alarm, and we were allowed to leave. We never learned what had set of the alarm.
On Sunday Mads and Lisbeth led us on a tour of two of the many famous castles around this area of Denmark.
Our first stop was in Fredensborg to see the royal palace located on the shores of Lake Esrum. It is the Danish royal family's spring and autumn ...
Any decent English Literature student has both read and should have an appreciation for Shakespeare's Hamlet. Out of all of Shakespeare’s plays, Hamlet is one of my favourites so whilst in Denmark, I thought as a fan of this particular play, nothing would make a better daytrip than a visit to Kronborg Castle, the real life inspiration for Elisnor in Hamlet. Mannie had warned me that the place was rather bleak, mothbitten and freezing so we wrapped up suitably against ...