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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... that we were in last time. There is a wall here and I hoped that we could go alongside it, to avoid the problems of entering a box with the wind blowing at right angles to it but sadly, all spaces were occupied , as were all of the larger boxes so I had to turn around in the confined harbour and exit it before making our way into the other, larger one. Again, the majority of the places were too small and any opportunity to put the boat alongside had ...
... 24. Nyhavn means New Harbour. It was built between 1670 and 1673 by prisoners of war from Sweden. It used to be a working harbours with sailors so area quickly became red light district but was renovated in the 1960s. The sunny side now has restaurants but a lot of people just bring a picnic and sit by the quays to eat and drink. 25. The Freetown of Christiania is an old military base. 26. There is an island called Paper Island and it has a big street food market. 27. ...
Arriving in Copenhagen the fun begins... Upon collecting my luggage I learn how it feels to weigh more than 100kg. Wearing my 4 bags totalling 35kg, I make my way to the metro, stopping just once to rest. Success! I am on the metro, but oh no! I am one bag short, and not just any bag, my handbag that holds my passport, identification, phone etc. I take all my bags off the metro again and leave them in a pile as ...
Seemed to be daylight all night. So needed my little fan. Skyped the girls as they were getting into their bath. They looked so sweet, but we're irritating Willow, who was cross. I was upset I couldn't be there. Breakfast was chokker full of people fighting for food and a table ...
... understand the stresses and worries that those in the other group of transportation face, and so both groups are very careful to make sure that everyone feels welcome on the roads. Danes driving cars are not usually aggressive or rude to bicycles, and bicyclists are careful to not jump immediately into car traffic and cause stress for drivers. I honestly don't think this 'War for the Roads' will be solved in the US until bicyclists and car drivers know the experience of the ...