- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... aviation, and there are lots of cut-away models, including the entire front end and cockpit of a Vickers Viscount. Visitors can walk (crawl, actually in places) through a 1943 Swedish U3 submarine. Unfortunately the displays are only labelled in Swedish, but is well worth a visit, nonetheless. Adult entrance fee is 40SEK. ...
... of the many bridges crossing the canals in Copenhagen. The city itself is made up of multiple islets so most of the canals are salt water. At one time they were used for transporting goods, but now what is transported most often is tourists. We made our way to Christianbourg Palace, which was once a royal residence, but now houses the Danish Parliament, the Supreme Court and the Prime Minister's offices. The rooms in the palace were all impressive, but ...
... to say I had a great lunch. The Greasy Spoon is a cool old style diner run by tattooed men, they do a great job. After lunch, I made it over to the bus top again. I knew I needed to take 6A but I waited forever and no bus was showing up. Just as I gave up and opened my umbrella to walk to the next stop, two 6A buses passed me. That was just my luck. So I walked to the next stop and waited for the next 6A. I at least had wifi ...
... br> We came back, checked in, got our bearings, and headed out to Tivoli Gardens. We meandered around this old amusement park/gardens and listened to two beautiful choirs. We ate at the 131 year old Groften restaurant in the gardens.
We wandered back to hotel and Margo was amazed that I was asleep 2 minutes after my head hit the pillow. ...
... a bit, continuing to the newly developed reclaimed area on the waterfront. Again another massive construction project building thousands of flats on brand new land. Eventually we made our way back to camp for an early night and some top ramen made in the microwave.
Malmö and Sweden are connected to Denmark via a huge bridge leading to Copenhagen. The train takes about 20min so it would be a sin not to spend at least a day ...