First Hotel Hoje Taastrup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After waking at 5.15am to get ready for our Flight to Denmark, we ate the remainder of our food, checked out of the hotel and took the Tube without any problems to Heathrow. That is when the long wait started. After trying the kiosk checkin twice, we were told the flight was delayed and to wait until the time came up on the Departure Board. After sitting, then standing in a queue, for over 2 hours, we finally got our boarding passes. Then after the ...
... up the hill and stands there staring. We call her Onyx. Onyx stands there chewing her grass, staring. It's like the greatest thing she's seen happen in her paddock days and wants a front row view of how we are going to get out of our pickle. She stands, she sits, she's chews some more grass and she continues to wait the whole 1.5hrs that we do to be rescued. About an hour into the situation, a big truck tries to pass us by, he manages to squeeze ...
We reached it through several small villages on a smooth tarmac minor road - none of this coarse chip seal like NZ. The countryside was gently rolling with crop farming the main industry. Wild flowers/flowering weeds and grasses lined the roadsides and motorway verges. Again, stopping for decent photos was difficult!
At Egeskov - originally built to protect the nobles from ravaging peasants during civil war - there are extensive gardens, and eclectic collection of ...
... Danish children are raised on their native language (Danish), learn English in first grade, pick another language of their choice in fourth grade, and by the time they graduate high school, they'll have likely learned another. The average Danish citizen is fluent in four languages (which includes reading, writing, and speech) and those who work in tourism can often know 10 or more...wow! Although I've biked in Madrid, Geneva, and Paris, I ...
... entire settlement, with apartment blocks, boutique shops, and office space. I really liked that they separated this enormous area into smaller areas by drilling canals and essentially creating several islands, each developed as their own design and different character aspects. They specified varied facades, which made each area interesting to look at, and 4-6 stories which was nice density, but not too much. There were also a few ...