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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much evidence they even wore helmets. Our lunch stop was at the Museum restaurant. It was another terrific meal of Danish food. They served specialty Carlsberg beer for any adult interested. For dessert they had something called apple pie but it was in a cup containing filling and some very crunchy grain topped with lightly whipped cream. Relish! After a short stop in the nice gift shop and a few small purchases we traveled on to Frederiksborg Castle. It was built ...
... class last year, but I proposed a plan that was designed to be met in the middle (complete pedestrianization of a street with about 50 homes on it and no businesses, with a park at one end and a school at the other. I think it could work, but likely the current traffic calming measures will just be improved, becausee the current bumpouts are extremely ineffective.
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... Jakarta 15.00 Santika Premiere Hotel Jakarta (check-in) Jl. AIPDA K.S. Tubun No. 7 , Jakarta, Indonesia Jakartar juli 15 22.00 Santika Premiere Hotel Jakarta (check-out) juli 16 00.10 Cathay Pacific 798 Depart: Jakarta 05.55 Arrive: Hong Kong 09.10 Cathay Pacific 257 Depart: Hong Kong 15.10 Arrive: London, UK 19.00 Cathay Pacific 7193 Depart: London, UK 21.50 Arrive: Copenhagen Sendt fra min ...
... one words the Swedes have which has no direct translation to english: "Mellan", which roughly means 'not too much, not too little'. This phrase is something the Swedes have taken to heart and it probably the best way to describe them. They are incredibly shy people and while I've made countless friends with international students, the Swedes don't come out of their shell until after a few drinks.
In complete contrast, all the internationals are some of ...
... accustomed to my new apartment. My floor is about 30 US students from all different colleges across the country all of whom are extremely friendly. My day then consisted of socializing with the people on my floor and the floor above me, having lunch with a few people from my floor, taking a short guided tour of the neighborhood with my floor, and then eating a home cook Mexican dinner by my SRAs (resident advisors) with my floor. While the ...