First Hotel Kong Frederik
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we decided not to have breakfast in the hotel and instead find a local resturant. For Christian, this ment McDonald's. Unfortunetly he missed the breakfast by 2 minutes which ment he had to have nuggets. Not my first choice for breakfast food but I didn't have to eat it. Then we found a street resturant where I had brunch and Christian had …
We had a bit of a slow start today. We got up and had breakfast at the hotel. It was yet again a great breakfast. Very different from a continental breakfast back home. It felt more like an event. After that Christian said he'd go get thr car if I finished packing everything up. So off he went, confident that he knew where he was going. I finished …
... few overweight people here. (Mental note - Come to Denmark if I ever seriously want to lose weight!) Women both young and old rarely wear make-up preferring a more natural look. Lynette and René pointed out that Denmark is expensive so few Danes actually eat out. More often than not they dine at home before going out to restaurants and cafes where they will only order drinks. They are a confident race, proud of their Viking heritage. As with all things this has ...
Around 9:00 now so begin to explore the Copenhagen night scene and come across a number of live musicians, including some stages with some crowds gathering. Most of the music is in Danish, shock, but its pretty good, and its free, which is a nice respite from the expensive Danish prices of everything else in Copenhagen. Hang out for a while before making my way back to the hotel, stopping at Tivoli along the way to appreciate the lights glowing inside.
... features more than 100 buildings from rural environments and dating from 1650-1950. All buildings are original and have been moved piece by piece from their original location save a windmill that is still found in its original location. We saw the buildings close to the entrance, old barns and farmhouses, the windmill, very good indeed, though hot. Three castles, an open-air museum and one a World Heritage site, not bad. A long day but fun driving through the Danish country ...