Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven
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... the tram to Central Station and then heading straight to the bus stop we needed to take us to the hotel. While we were waiting for our bus, there was a couple with their two young kids speaking Spanish wondering where they needed to go and if they were taking the right bus. They turned out to be chilangos! That is the nickname for Mexicans from Mexico City. Although I could not tell them how to get to their hotel, I was at ...
We went to the "Free Community Christiania". It is basically a hippie commune in Christianhavn, a neighborhood of Copenhagen. They consider themselves separate from the Danish government and follow their own law. You are not allowed to take pictures there or run, because running makes people panic. We walked in under a stone archway and it was like a whole other world from Copenhagen. I felt like I was in an abandoned ghost town, except ...
... him before. I was struck with his conflicting feelings towards women, his striking woodcut works, and his mixture of wry humor with sensitive artwork. Check him out!
We left Van Gogh and merrily biked through Vondelpark. Expansive, beautiful, and with the fountains and misty air felt like we were transported to another time. Except for the barking dogs and kids smoking pot, of course.
... bit and we got dinner. Our hostel was right downtown and the city itself is very pretty. They guys all went to the Red Light District so I hung around the Hostel for most of the evening instead of going out and seeing the city, but it was nice to relax for once as the trip was very busy!
... as it’s after noon. I’m cool.
Everyone is speaking Dutch and I’m just standing in line hoping it’s the
right one. A young man from the museum
comes up to us and announced in English that this is the line for people with
no tickets. The two, um, elderly ladies in front of me asked the man in Dutch why he just walked up
to the group and spoke in English. He
replied, in ...