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A comfy room, quiet and warm. Not grand, but very comfortable.
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Yesterday's walking tour was great, highly recommend taking Free walking tours in cities, they work for tips, so they make the tour really interesting. We went to visit Mary & Fred, but wouldn't you know it, they weren't home! Instead, we went to Tivoli. This is the 2nd oldest amusement park in the world, and was great! Purported to be what …
... because of permitting automobile infrastructure, they were more aggressive on the road, and were generally more inconsiderate of cyclists being on the road. Gladsaxe Mayor and planning department staff were welcoming and provided us interesting facts about the city. One thing I picked up that Marc also mentioned during a brief discussion was that the City noted they were no longer improving or further automobile infrastructure. They instead were investing in alternative forms ...
... police gonna say now?! On the other hand, the bike ride in the morning pretty much kicked my butt. But Bike Mike and Christianhaven were the greatest; Bike Mike's casual f-bombs and the hippie country area reminded me of Oregon. I found myself drawn to the nonconventional homes in this area (obviously since I'm from Hippieville, OR) and the distant, ...
... is often the site of important state visits and events in the Royal Family. It is the most used of the Royal Family’s residences. The palace itself was built in 1700 in the Baroque style.
... Mattijs and I took the train North to see what it was about this castle that had inspired Shakespeare to write his famously depressing play.
Around an hour away from Horsholm, Kronborg Castle was literally impossible to miss as we exited the train station towards it, looming grandly in the distance, with imposing turrets and beautiful turquoise roofs. As it transpired, we arrived just as the castle was opening at 11am and joined the myriad of tourists, mostly ...