Taastrup Park Hotel
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... him out. The ol' stink eye zone out trick. Eventually he just decided that it would be best to just figure out what I liked and have fun with me instead. Obviously. And he was actually able to get me interested again and it was good but we don't have to get into that! Haha. But he did end up coming again with zero stimulation from me. What? Then we said our goodbyes and I took an Uber home. Went to bed around 6am, as I do. slept until 2pm, as I do as well. Now I need to figure out my day! ...
When I get to a new city, I generally like to learn a bit of the local language. I have had very little experience with Scandinavian languages, but at a minimum, I'll have down: -Hello (Hej) -Thank you (Tak) -I would like... (Jeg vil gerne have...) -Where is... (Hvor er...) -Sorry (Det må du undskylde) The last one is used most frequently. However, I got the least amount of Danish practice in Copenhagen because everyone I met was quick to speak ...
... and there were some really spectacular ones, with amazing landscaping, picnic tables, and lounge chairs. It was like peeking into the city’s soul, its hidden innards that most tourists are not lucky enough to see and experience. So far, that has been one of the best views I have experienced on this trip.
The next day, we went on a tour with KOBE architecture. This firm basically took a blank canvas, older industrial area, and ...
... We had been warned that the statue was small and somewhat lackluster, which was an apt description. I certainly don't understand the throngs on buses and tourists that flock to see her, as we spent less than 10 minutes there and even that was probably 7 minutes too long. On the way back through city center, we wandered through Castellette, a former military installation and now park. It's also home to the Flint Church, a beautiful small chapel looking over a placid lake with ...
... great looking places to eat here too.
The park becomes even more magic after dark when everything lights up. The gardens have frequent evening entertainment and fireworks, this years biggest names have included Jessie J! Some great drinking places on offer here too but be sure to bring plenty of cash it is a rather costly night out!