Park Inn by Radisson Copenhagen Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Well today is our last official day of our holidays. *extremely sad face. We checked out of our lovely little AirBnB apartment and checked into our hotel near the airport ready for departure tomorrow at lunch time. Today we spent our time shopping for souvenirs to remind us of our time in Copenhagen and eating the lovely food.l, before heading back …
... military base. It has become a source of friction between the residents and the police over the years.
I found a vendor who had what I was looking for. I got ear-rings for both Mary and Kim. I got Kim a bracelet. Had to bargain little, but I think I still paid too much. I mostly wanted to get out of there. Gary said one of the residents saw the camera hanging from my neck. I guess I was watched after that.
We did come across the Church of Our Saviour. ...
... washroom and had to stand on my tiptoes to use the urinal. Danes are mostly tall, athletic and better looking than we North Americans. The above sentence is my superficial take on humans and their habitat for which I have absolutely no evidence to support my findings. This disclaimer is meant to include the Vikings of Iceland as well.
Illegal drugs are forbidden in Denmark and so are off-leash dogs. But neither ...
... and made our way out again. We crossed the river and walked up the Christianshavn side of the river on foot. We got to enjoy a new view of the city and see some gorgeous canals. Our destination was Copenhagen Street Food, a big old paper factory converted into an enclosed area with permanent street food trucks and stands set up. The food was great and we got to enjoy the sunset on the water.
Enough for one day? Nope! Now we were going to WALK some MORE. Back ...
... had caused them to miss a flight and they couldn't re-book a flight into Copenhagen before the ship departed. We hope to see them again on a future cruise.
We only had two "sea-days" on the 11 day cruise, we used the time to relax and enjoy the ship. And to partake in some trivia challenges. We got cocky after winning our first venture, but got our heads handed to us on the others. Our weather was perfect nearly all the time, mostly sunny with temperatures in ...