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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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Quick smooth flight from Norway and we breezed through security here in Denmark. Shuttle bus to our hotel, but of course we couldn't check in until 3:00 .... another 3 hours! So we left our luggage a the hotel and took a brief stroll over to Legoland. Yeah! 😃 What a fun place! There are neat little treasures everywhere as well as all the …
... They are automatically boxed and picked up by a robot. In fact, we were walking through the pick-up robot’s path. When we were not paying attention, a robot would sneak up on us. If we were in its way, it would stop and wait for us to move.
The storage of the products was done in a robotically controlled storage matrix. They mold ten metric tons of ABS each day!!! It all works its way into this matrix. I would have assumed that ten metric tons would require a lot of ...
Today we rested. We got up late, had breakfast and then proceeded to watch films. It wasn't a productive day but we felt we had earnt a day of recuperation. We were going to head out into Esbjerg to see the centre but it rained constantly from 8am to 6pm hence we opted for the cosy, warm and dry option of staying in the house. We cooked lunch and then watched the new Minions movie ...
It was our first day cycling through Denmark. Our last day of carrying equipment. One cycle away from a comfy bed and a roof over our head. We left at 10am after a filling breakfast at the campsite. The wind was still strong but it was coming from the south so we were optimistic about the day. We followed national cycle route 1 which is the Danish equivalent of the North Sea Route. It led us along the main road out of Rudbol and then suddenly veered left onto ...
... liberated by the British army in April 1945, because the people were in such poor physical condition.
Then it was onto the autobahn and north to Hamburg to stock up on supplies before crossing into Denmark as we had been told everything was dearer in Scandinavia.
Alas all the supermarkets we found were closed, so it was "Auf Weidersen Pet" and back on the autobahn again to head for the border. There was a brief lunch stop at one of the many ...