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... probably still getting their luggage!
Carrying everything will be a challenge, but one with definite rewards!
We decided to walk through the City Center to acclimate to Copenhagen. Of course, after getting about a half mile away from the hotel, we were treated to a pretty steady rain. We hid out in a toy store and then a grocery store while the rain blew itself out. By the way, one reason I suspect the Danes are so fit is that they ...
Another full day and boarded the ship with 5 mins to spare. Lynn was getting a bit worried that we would miss the ship! Lynn and I watched the ship approaching Copenhagen while Kieran and Lucy got their showers. We were nearly knocked down by the joggers and power walkers. It was quite warm but there were some showers in the morning, not bad and cleared up,quickly. We decided to take one of the hop on hop off buses that were parked right ...
Near the information booth was a replica of the Little Mermaid statue that sits in the water off Denmark's coast. The character is from a story by Hans Christian Anderson, and the airport also had a large bronze statue of him there.
Rome airport is a real trip! Unlike Copenhagen, it was noisy and dirty. I walked back and forth, and back and forth just to find where I was supposed to catch my hotel shuttle. No one that worked ...
I suppose that blog title is only funny if : 1) you are a fan of the Robin Thicke "Blurred Lines" song 2) you know that "hygge" is pronounced "hooglee" 3) you know that "hygge" is a Danish concept meaning wintry coziness and camaraderie. Look, I made an inside joke in Danish! Wheee! That is nearly as funny as when I walked into a bakery in Germany and announced "Eich ein Berliner!" ("I am a jelly doughnut!") Which is to say that perhaps I'm ...
... was just a bunch of scribbles on every painting. Far too existential for my taste.
Cafe night with my Danish Class- We took the metro to Frederiksberg and had dinner as a class and then wandered through the nearby park. Our professor pointed out where an ice
skating rink is in the winter and also a tree with thousands of pacifiers tied to it. This is where parents take their kids to leave their pacifiers when they ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Loeven Copenhagen
worth the price, no internet on the top floor but changed our towels everyday. friendly and great location. Free tea and coffee. A bit cold so I didn't walk around w/ out my cloths on. We were given a 4 bed room top floor room for no extra cost it was nice
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