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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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Today was a visit to the Viking ship museum. Mid summer and about 16 degrees just how a viking would have liked it. The museum is on the spot where 6 viking ships were discovered preserved to varying degrees in the mud. They were sunk to create a barrage and protect the vikings from the Norwegians who regularly invaded. They were in the ...
... an attack and killing in recent times.
We also took in the Queens Palace where we waited and waited for our Mary. No such luck. We did see Fred's brother on his way to a commemoration at the Old Fort. We were also fortunate to witness the changing of the Queens Guards. Exceptional well done as the new guards arrived for their 24hr shift. Unsure how many there are in total. 2 are at each entrance to the wings of the ...
... a few decades ago), so some of the older generation still hold onto the idea that it is not 'proper' for respectable people to go there. Nowadays, it is lined
with (expensive) cafes and restaurants but if you are in the mood to splurge, instead of buying that new top, spend it on a $15 coffee and people watch!
- The Copenhagen Zoo: living in the Southern Hemisphere, there were many animals that were very novel (read: exciting) to ...
Next stop in Roskilde was to the Viking Ship Museum about a 20 min walk from the Cathedral and town centre. The most famous Viking ship museum is in Oslo which I didn't visit both times I visited. I saw a really good ...
... large book to explain all the tombs. I wasn't prepared for what I was about to see.
I've never been to Westminster Abbey to see the British royal tombs as the tourist lines are always so long. However I had the Danish equivalent almost to ...