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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in memory of Hans Christian Anderson's tale of the Little Mermaid, the royal residences and bridges so tight the barge nudged its way through. The buildings were spectacular, even though they had been burnt down numerous times throughout history. We stood right in front of Crown Princess Mary's house. Not even a fence separated us from the front door, but alas no royals were home today. Even the queen, who lives in the house next door (20 meters ...
... because of the houses but the houses are there because of the statue. They are meant to be inferior to the statue, which features the king riding without stirrups to symbolize control and power. Currently, the Queen lives in one house, her two sons and their families occupying two other houses, and the fourth is used to host events and receive foreign diplomats. Today happened to be the 46th birthday of the oldest Prince, therefore all of the flags ...
... time to stroll around the grounds, taking in the outer castle itself and the views across to Sweden. Eventually, after slowly wandering the perimeters of the castle TB and I finally ventured into the castle itself. A ticket for full access to the areas of the castle open to visitors only cost 75DKK, which works out as somewhere between £5 and £10. The inside of the castle is as grand as the outside, with lovingly maintained rooms, some of which contain ...
... asked me if I
would like to be made up/or a freshened-up and I said yes. An
equally nice young man did my face and wished me a safe and happy
trip and off I trotted with my discount voucher for a shop in
on board flying as I type – we have had dinner, one round of No Jet
Lag pills and wine. Pete has watched a whole movie while I have been
slaving away, and all is well with our world.
... which makes it more appealing. And of course they all look incredibly put together even when riding a bike. 3) Everyone is so incredibly friendly and speaks amazing English. They are all quick to answer questions we might have and give us suggestions for what to eat, where to go, and what to do.
So of course after the orientation activities we trekked to the bike store to rent a bike! As far as I’m concerned that was when we officially ...