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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
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Felt discouraged and tired again in morning. Willow and girls still unwell. James positive in encouraging me to go out. Went down to breakfast by 10:00. Then went up and lay down till 12:00. Went out down to the canal. It was amazing how many people were there. Glad I went on boat yesterday as there were horrendous queues. Walked up the side in the shade and back again. Found lovely little cafe tucked away in a library courtyard. Then ventured ...
... recreational trails, but their emphasis on municipal connections cannot be overstated. Perhaps not every resident of a far flung suburb will prefer to cycle to their job in Copenhagen, but they have the option (or will soon). This amazingly simple idea of giving bicycle transportation the same degree of respect and relative investment is the attitude we are still missing in most areas of the United States, and ...
... present day Christiansborg Palace, which was built during the period 1907-1928. Like the rest of the palace, it was designed by architect Thorvaldsen Jørgensen. At 106 metres, the Tower on Christiansborg Palace is still the highest tower in Copenhagen, topping the one on the City Hall by 40cm! There is a room on the floor below the tower which was secluded for many years as a kind of secret lumber room. A host of old plaster models, preliminary works, ...
... to Nyhavn, the most picturesque and famous part of Copenhagen. As it was a beautiful sunny day and a bank holiday, the place was absolutely packed so we literally had to wait to have our photograph taken in front of the beautiful iconic houses of every colour with quaint little fishing boats floating in the canal. Once we’d escaped the hoards of nausea inducing selfie stick wielding tourists, we walked along the rather brisk waterfront to see ...
... have thought the two places I wanted to study abroad were so connected! A majority of the castle is the official National History Museum, so it was 80+ rooms of oil paintings, tapestries, wooden paneled ceilings painted in bright colors, long halls, porcelain pieces, royal beds, massive wooden chests and drawers etc. Definitely interesting but quite exhaustive towards the end. Well I can see Big Ben, so I'm off! (Just kidding they told me to put my tray table ...