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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... of a dedicated harbour are accurate replicas of many of these vessels, constructed by enthusiasts and lovingly maintained and as we didn’t have a whole lot of time, we opted to look at these instead. Julie and I had seen the originals upon our last visit here on 15th July 2010 (see 2010 blog if you’re at all interested).
Visit concluded, we were back on board and ready to leave at our appointed time of 15:00 and that is when ...
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 ...
... the surprises to come. I believe it will be a good experience to complement all we’ve experienced so far, but I think the role model for U.S. cities lies with Copenhagen given their perceivable degree of livability as well as the historical parallels that I’ve previously touched on. Only time will tell, but I will keep the Copenhagen model close to me as I finish my studies and look towards practicing in the next few ...
... we kindly corrected him on what the word "aggressive" actually means! That was really funny. We walked a round a park, getting to know more about this incredibly generous family and Copenhagen. After sitting by a harbor for a while, we all biked to food carts on Paper Island and had an incredible dinner. Then we came back to the hostel, shared stories, and then decided to go blog andget ready for another fun day tomorrow!
... only a couple of kilometres and downhill so we walked it. Luke was the first one to actually say it - the Viking Ship Museum (VSM) smelled fantastic!! Woody, smokey, oceany it only served to enhance the experience. I tested out some Danish on the ladies at the ticket office - I could tell they were impressed, entry was reasonable, the boys being free!
Huge number of boats to check out in the water, the originals (thousand years ...