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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... so obvious but this was definitely a mind-blower.
An afterthought--- it still boggles my mind how matter of fact officials and architects alike are about climate change. Obviously we thought about sea level rise... cuz it's happening. Obviously we thought about increased storms... cuz it's a fact. Meanwhile in America...........
Today was the official beginning of the course. Rented bikes, which are better than what I have been riding around on all week, they seem more balanced. Also, the seat and frame fit me which is nice, I can finally reach the ground with my feet! Such a luxury. We were given a couple hours to explore, so I took off on my own, picking landmarks in the distance to find, and once I ...
... come home for 2+ years. Gross And the story continues on Denmark - absolutely beautiful. Nature beautiful, and the people are lovely. Copenhagen has a history of bad fires, they have been through 4 city halls since the 1800s. Everything has burnt. Therefor it's hard to find old stuff. All the homes they built are the exact same height. When they rebuilt they formed a fire department, the firemen used the church tower as a lookout and all the homes were the same height ...
... out after going on a tour with our SRA's. The bar was closed so we went to this nice one which had a total of 2 people in it...Needless to say, I and a few others stayed for a few and left. The others that stayed had bought beers. Sleep did not go well...
I woke up and had the yogurt, or what I thought was yogurt with nuts and raisins. No, apparently I had bought cottage cheese, BLECH! Even thinking about it makes me gag. We walked over to the opening ...
... Scandinavia, after being extensively remodelled over a period of 22 years by King Christian IV who had been born there.
Our last stop on our day trip was the Kronborg Castle, dating back to 1585, which has played a crucial role in Danish history, due to its location on the narrowest point of the strait of Oresund.
This straight is ...