Skjalm Hvide Hotel
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... in a magnificent position. As a fortress it was a strong deterrent to invaders. From here all ships passing through the passage could be seen, and all had to pay their dues to the king or suffer the consequences.
The castle is splendid. It is wonderfully preserved, and as little of the ...
... a number of museums but had enough museums for the day so didn't stop in. We ended up in a beautiful courtyard garden that is part of the Danish Royal library. Lots of flowers were in bloom and there were lots of people enjoying the garden. One book study group sat in a circle with glasses of wine. In another area we saw couples playing some game that looked like bocce but with sticks. Since they were all drinking beer we wondered if it was Danish beer pong. We spent time in the ...
... the couch and onto a bike (if nothing else changes) but it's crucial for maintaining and protecting new cyclists on the roads. The U.S. has a long way to go in this area but it has to start somewhere.
... minded, I tried everything and the appetizer was not my favorite but the main course was the most delicious chicken breast ever! It was a lot of fun getting to know other people in my group also. After dinner we walked back to the hostel and of course the sun was still awake, in Scandinavia right now the days never end! The sky finally falls alseep around 11pm. My roommates and I went upstairs, drank beer and had a heart-to-heart. Anyway, tomorrow is an early day and I am excited.
... took it to the Amalienborg Palace, the royal residence. The information sheet from the ship said that two of the four buildings are open to the public. However, nothing seemed open. I asked one of the many guards (see photo) and he looked at me like I was from Mars, stating that nothing was open to the public except a small gift shop. The guards were smartly attired ...