Mayfair Hotel Tunneln
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... were able to appreciate the quaint streets with cobblestones and typical European buildings. None of our phones worked outside the country and we didn't pick up a map from the train station, so we were wondering around the area, asking people for directions for a few sites we had looked up before arriving. The first stop, Lilla Torg, is a small square surrounded by outdoor seating restaurants, which is suppose to be extremely popular in the summer months. However, since ...
See you later Denmark!!!!!
Today we said good bye to Denmark.
we did this by going to the markets again and getting plenty of food and drink. We then followed our way to the station right outside and caught the train to Malmo.
Once we arrived at Malmo we waited 3 hours for the hostel reception to open. During this time we went to the pub next door and used the wifi and had some lunch.
... significantly smaller, having lost a considerable amount of its land mass to Norway and Sweden as they gained their often hard fought independence!
For more than 100 years, Copenhagen has based its tourist industry on its Little Mermaid - a small bronze sculpture on a rock near Langelinje Pier.
This pioneering tourism campaign inspired by the local Hans ...
... from 2.5 metres up to 8-10 metres. This was pretty awesome (not Joannes words), to sail on the North Sea in a decent swell. Another bonus, only a few souls were dining on deck 9 that evening.
Most guests were resigned to their cabins, sick bags were readily available.
In a nutshell, it was a lazy day. As the evening approached and into the night, the swell started to ease.
... only people who have been there since the 70's. New people can't locate, build or change the environment. The Government is trying to work with the community by tightening up the health and hygiene laws for food service
2. Haagen-Daz ice cream is NOT Danish, it is in fact a made up name by a New Yorker Reuben Mattus who wanted to give his ice cream a Danish sounding ...