Clarion Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... run as you could tell the blond hair and different features of the staff.
As we pulled in to Helsingborg Sweden I expected giant flags to be waving but there were none. You could see ...
... arm and eat a stale piece of bread off of a statue. I'd say it's an interesting game. We ended up walking to a bar called Nevermind. It's definitely one of those 4am bars but here we were trying it at 11pm. No one there but three old dudes. It did have disco balls, a peeing Cupid, a crucifix, and pole to dance on. What a strange combination. In addition to that the music went from Red Red Wine by Bob Marley to some common pop song then to some song that sounded like ...
Monday started off a little rough. I woke up at 7 am and I told my body to go back to sleep. Well that wasn't again until 11. I ate breakfast and went off to school. I spent a hour before school trying to do my homework but ended up day dreaming about where to travel to during my long weekend next weekend and/or this weekend. I tried to focus as best as I could in my class. I actually took surprisingly a lot of notes. We reviewed why Danes are so happy. Could it be their ...
... cathedrals, and canals. Tivoli gardens is a unique combination of picture-perfect gardens, lakes, and more than 100,000 colored lights (but can only be seen at night - we did not see them). We drove by the statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s "Little Mermaid" and toured one of Copenhagen’s most famous storybook-like castle, the Rosenborg. Did not see the Christianborg.
... believe: the huge Oresund Bridge that links the south-west corner of Sweden with the Copenhagen part of Denmark. This mammoth structure ranks as one of the worlds biggest bridges and seeing it has been like a dream to me for ages. Way back in Australia, when I first planned the route around Europe, I had this bridge on my mind as a hugely important milestone. Crossing it and entering Denmark would signal the end of land transport - no more trains or long distance buses, just a few ...