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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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... later found out that the fines were 1,000 kroner ($200).
Even though the city was alive and busy, it still seemed very quiet and orderly.
She crossed over bridges and wandered down little laneways finally winding her way back to the famous Tivoli gardens which is the oldest theme park in Denmark (1843).
It was closed at this time of day but the gardens were blooming with brightly ...
... of the "badstuer"(sauna). Crystals are doing there magic in the "badstue", projecting relaxing energy to the room.
Next door opens up to a steambath, before entering you cool the body down with ice from the icefountain. I let my mind wonder and give in to total relaxation.
To wrap it all up I let the bubbles massage my muscles in the jacuzzi.
I repeat the treatment a couple of times only broken by a small dream-away in the sunbed. I can't complain. ...
... Vicki and Dan were looking for shoes Mia and I decided to wander around the mall. We went into a store called Tiger. They have some of everything. I got a couple souvenirs there. We then headed back to the main entrance to meet them. We then biked to another shoe store because the last one only had shoes that were a couple sizes too big. Sadly this store didn't have any other. We then kept biking on our way to Christianshavn. Dan left and went to his skate park where he was going ...
... and with connections back to both cities.
Coming back I didn't need to get off at Copenhagen Central Station and could continue on the train as it went further north in Denmark heading back to Helsingor on the northern coast from where I had visited Kronborg Castle today and took the ferry into Sweden. There was no ...
Todays adventure started at Rosenborg castle. The castle stands in the middle of a garden, called Castle garden, what else? The gardens were beautifully manicured, very english. The castle itself was built by King Christian IV in the early 1600's. It is a huge brick place, with great halls and turrets and more spiral staircases. Although once again I think it was built for show more than purpose. I'm basing that on the fact the spiral stair case had wide steps and was therefore easy ...