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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
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... and a variety of lunch specials. We settled on one that appeared kid friendly and elected to brave the wind to eat outside. They may have been a mistake as the temperatures seemed to fall as lunch wore on. It was still a beautiful spot to watch the people and canal while listening to the street performers serenade for coins. The pork medallions were tasty and the requisite beer hit the spot. After watching the canal, we decided a canal tour was a quintessential tourist experience. ...
... barely pass under the many low bridges.
In the 17th century this area was filled with sailors, taverns and prostitutes. Despite his success, Hans Christian Anderson lived and wrote many stories in Nyhavn for 18 years until his death in 1875.
Anderson was an ugly duckling that, physically, never became that beautiful swan. He suffered unrequited love from women and men, and once overstayed his welcome at the home of Charles Dickens so profoundly that ...
... and a beer.
While in the Christianshavn district we also visited a couple of churches. The Christian Church was first. It was very old and had huge hanging chandeliers. The side walls were lined with private boxes on three levels like we would see in the U.S. at sport stadiums. Our Savior's Church was next. The church has undergone a complete renovation since it was originally built in 1696. The interior is very ornate and has a huge ...
... a long conflicting day with some retail therapy with my roommate :) Fun Fact: Danes don't believe in elevators. And if there is an elevator, theres an unspoken rule that you don't use them. In addition, the ground floor is marked as level 0. So if you live on the 3rd floor like myself, you really are walking up as if its the 4th floor. This was quite exhausting as I climbed the wooden stairs all the way to the top of the Copenhagen Zoo tower. ...
Onto our first actual morning of the vacation, and we even slept until 8am with only a little waking up overnight – score! After a nice shower, we felt like real people again. MIL Sarah stayed home while Nathan and I headed off for our very favorite tradition: Coffee Walk. A highlight of our lives at home, Coffee Walk consists of – you guessed it – walking somewhere near our house for coffee and ...