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... wrapped in tartan blankets. It was a strange but enjoyable experience. Barry thought the movie wasn't that great. It finished at 1230 just as the ship passes under a massive bridge! It was the Great Belt Bridge that connects the Danish islands of Zealand and Funen. It was impressive. It was a full day so we slept well and got a long lie since tomorrow is a sea day. Kieran and Lucy enjoyed Copenhagen. Kieran said it is his favourite port so ...
... to drop off our luggage when I realized I wasn’t carrying my passport. So I rifled through my big suitcase on the sidewalk in the rain before realizing I had given my wallet with passport in it to my sister to hold for safekeeping. The check-in process was fast because we arrived a bit later than most other passengers. We walked around the ship, grabbed a midafternoon snack, then enjoyed a yummy dinner before hitting ...
... means that it has an isolated feel, stuck out on the corner of the coast controlling the "Sundet" between Denmark and Sweden.
You can get a shuttle bus down to the castle but the walk is only 15 minutes or so and it is well worth doing. There is a cafe and a "cultural zone" in front of the castle grounds which can be explored at your leisure, but it is the castle itself which is the reason for being here, so on we go.
... produce ******* noises, then pour water through a hole to make it appear that the person had wet his pants. On the ground floor was the King’s personal bathroom done in Delft tiles, prompting the boys to regale each other with obvious jokes about His Majesty's “other throne."
Surrounding the Castle are large and beautiful (now) public gardens filled with children and their parents enjoying the fall day. The sun ...
... to Denmark, Mr. Brendan Scannell and a journalist/photographer from CPH Post. Irish flags will be there for waving and making a general nuisance towards the tourists whom no doubt will be a little confused about our little gathering.
See you there......(won't be able to sleep tonight.....like christmas eve!!)
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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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