Park Inn by Radisson Copenhagen Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... when the last stop of the bus was the same place we had started. The Danish lady told us to get on the 26 bus going the wrong direction!! This was quite disappointing as we had completely wasted an hour back tracking and it was another 15 minutes before the next bus came going the correct direction. It was beginning to get dark, but we were determined. As we waited outside in the pouring rain under our travel umbrellas, we saw that the Little Mermaid stop on this ...
... runs on a Saturday and we will be in Stockholm on a Saturday. All the Danish people we have met today have been very friendly and helpful and the place has a good vibe about it. The hotel is in a slightly seedy area though, with some ladies of the night and a strip club just up the road so if I wake up during the night and Chang isn't there, I will know where he has gone! It is now 6:55pm and the day is starting to catch up with us. One of us has fallen asleep ...
... which are adorable. The man also rents out these little penguin pieces that little kids can rent to push around on the ice. Some little kids weren't even wearing skates, and just held on to the penguin and walked around. When we had been putting on our skates, a woman came around giving out Christmas cookies, advertising for the Christmas fair behind the rink later on. So we decided to walk through there after we were done skating. It was a small fair, but cute. People ...
... nothing, so I took it upon my self to do some research. Turns out, Halloween is not really a celebrated holiday in Denmark, but it is becoming more and more common as an Americanized holiday. When I walked to the metro later on, I passed one little girl dressed up as a witch, but that was it. We went to the mall and saw a table set up in the middle for face-painting as well; I guess that's how the holiday is being introduced.
Tom and I celebrated our ...
... have been English. So it works either way for my lame Hamlet reference:) Then there was the Happy Wall-an interactive exhibit with different colored clapboards you can shift to create your own sayings, designs etc. They've got some great art installations on their construction fences here. We happened across the changing of the palace guards as they wandered back to their barracks; ...