BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Noble House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Set sale on time at 1.45pm, the Harbour exit taking us past what looks like nice beaches and esplanades on the Warnemunde side. An uneventful ferry ride taking 6 hours and uncomfortable seating. No airline seats just soft bar chairs but we did have a good forward view. Leaving the ship we drove the 30 minute drive to Malmo. Staying at Comfort Hotel. $110 ...
... it started to drizzle rain and continued for our entire time there. Tivoli is an entertainment center built over 150 years ago, and has gardens, an amusement park, and many restaurants. We met a Tivoli guide who walked us through the park and talked about its history. He explained how Walt Disney first visited the park and was inspired to develop Disney Land based on many of the things he saw at Tivoli and some of the works of Hans Christian Andersen. ...
... in getting things accomplished. I understand and agree, however my moral compass does not work that way. I constantly try to achieve the best way possible to advocate sustainable systems. I believe there must be a cycle that will not only continue, but eventually be self regulating. Creating bike infrastructure where people start to demand wider and faster tracks is basically a repetition of the automobile culture. We do not want to do that, especially after ...
Because of frequent business trips to Copenhagen (his company is headquartered here), Dave knows the city and he aptly guides us around. Copenhagen strikes me as a very civilized city. Its people seem respectful, reserved, and even though it is a major European capital, ...
... the day. We first stopped at the Church of our Saviour. Mia and I wanted to go up it and see a view of all of Copenhagen but there was a sign that said it was closed until March 2015. We then headed to Christiana; which is known as the free town in Copenhagen. It is completely separate from the city of Copenhagen. You aren't aloud to take pictures inside though but there are some online. We walked around inside of Christiana until around 1:20pm when we started to feel hungry. ...