- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Now I’m walking on the main shop street, what the hell is in the window of the shop… there are dancing rabbits and one of them holds bra and shakes with it… :D also some mannequin has heads of big rabbits… interesting marketing choice :D BTW it’s still early morning and there are almost no people on the streets, beside some drunk and few riding bikes. It looks like Copenhagen is opened to cyclists, there is cyclist line on each bigger street ...
... breeze. It felt very safe and apparently the London tube is rated the 3rd safest in the world, behind Singapore and Dubai. Left the hotel around 9.30 am for our flight at 12.25pm. The airport security was quite thorough compared to what we have experienced so far. The plane also seems small and the flights a little rough. Arrived in Copenhagen around 3pm. Didn't feel as comfortable with the foreign language, but still managed to ...
... best in the world"
We travel to Kongens Have (the language is undecipherable)), and meet up with a free walking tour. Three hours, we are jet lagged but enjoying our intro to this beautiful city. So many interesting sites.
Learned Bluetooth technology got its name from a king who united the tribes here centuries ...
... from those little green cookies…
No matter what cruise ship you arrive on, this is the perfect do-it-yourself shore excursion in Copenhagen. Find out why they call it 'wonderful Copenhagen' on a hop-on hop-off tour of Denmark's vibrant and graceful capital. You'll get a bird's eye view of Copenhagen's swirling towers and turrets, not forgetting the Little Mermaid to whom sailors appealed for forgiveness of their sins while they were ...
... in one day here.
After napping, we went to a grocery store down the street, called Netto. Little did we know, everything was written in Danish, so it was quite a struggle, but we were able to figure things out for the most part. Something cool about Copenhagen is that they're very eco-friendly. At the market, they don't typically give out plastic bags to put your groceries in, so we filled up my purse with what we could and asked for ...