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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Everyone was up early and we stored everyone's bags in my room. We were escorted to another building for breakfast. Mmmmmmmm, meat and cheese!!!! Northern Europeans know how to do breakfast!!!!
We were escorted through the residential area between the hostel and the train station on a zig-zag route. We were assured it was a short cut. Hmmmm. We arrived in enough time to catch the bus to Billund. After an hour ride, we arrived at the Lego World Headquarters.
While we ...
... kept. You get to meet a huge verity of people from all over the world who stay a night or two before moving on in their travels. One person we met on our trip was a young American man who was travelling Europe. After having a couple of beers we had a chat about what Americans think about the British. He also went on to football and how he was going to see Bayern Munich once he arrived in Germany.
Once we had a long day walking around the town ...
It was a short drive to Ry, a small town/village in central Denmark. Our hotel was beside a lake, which was very nice. Our room was rather palatial - a huge bedroom, and a separate lounge area. It was just timing - all the rooms were booked out on the Saturday, and very few on the Sunday. Because we were there both nights, we got the suite at no extra cost. We checked out the nearest town, Silkeborg while we waited for ...
As I embarked on my 5 country, 5 language, 5 currency adventure over 3 weeks, I was nervous about traveling for the first time in a really long time. i don’t know if it was because of all the differences between places or that I am truly traveling on my own for most of it. In the past I always went with someone or met people at my destination. This time I was leaving from an unfamiliar airport (I arrived to Ibiza by boat), and unfortunately traveling ...
Christianity had found a foothold in Romano Britain during Rome's tenure. However, the Anglo Saxons were pagan. The word pagan derives from the Latin "Pagani" or farmer. The Saxons brought with them their gods, Woden, Thunor and Tiw. They also brought fiery dragons and elves. Our words for Tuesday - "Tiw's Day", Wednesday - "Woden's - day" and Thursday - "Thor's Day" are holdover's ...