Park Inn by Radisson Copenhagen Airport
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... looked good, it was definitely not suited for the vegetarian audience as the vegetarian option was a small bowl of lentil soup that was to be split between the entire floor. So still hungry and wanting to say a proper goodbye to Mom Dad and Nick, I traveled 25 minutes (via public trans) to a lovely small candlelight dinner in Vesterbro Torv. And after a lovely and heartfelt dinner, we got to the metro and parted ways. Nick was very in tuned to me ...
... ticket for 199 Kroner, then you can go everywhere without necessity of paying each ticket. BTW all the ticket system is based on one ticket price 25 Kroner, on some rides you’ll need one, on other more. The most expensive rides costs 3 tickets – 25 Kroner.
Last hour before departure I’m sitting at train station trying to work… The ride home will be long and right after departure I have to go directly to work…
See you at another trip,
... so we were able to have the Carlsberg experience, with one in hand. Some of our friends even tried different type of Carlsbergs along the way.
I think the one of the facts I learned that was so interesting to me was that Carlsberg is not named after the founder, J.C Jacobsen. The part "Carls" is named after his son, Carl, and the part "berg" is variant ...
... is also going on the same cruise who asked advice on where to eat. She was having trouble getting on the Internet so I helped her obtaining access. She was also looking for her sister arriving from Vancouver on a different flight who should have arrived at the hotel around 2 PM. Her sister showed up about 7 PM as they had been delayed in Calgary for two hours due to an ice storm, de-icing etc. Of ...
... shop as they don’t clear the doorway. That’s one way of making sure that they don’t lose any trolleys.
While I am writing this Geoff is sitting in a lounge chair watching the Trains go by with the Door sized window open, The Hotel is situated beside the Osterport Railway Station and trains are as close as 5 metres from the window. Although this sounds very close when the window is closed you can hardly hear the trains.