- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 160; Today I woke up to the dance studio below again, and at 2:45 we had an all building outdoor scavenger hunt (again). We were given tablets with GPS location and were told to go to various locations and there a quiz would pop up on the tablet. It was a great idea in theory because I saw the library, various cafes, and the best pizza place in Ama (*Mom, this is the place Dad brought us!) But it was freezing, windy, snowing, and dark ...
... magazines. It's strangely fun and addictive and we have been making a lot of them in the past few days. We did go out a little as well. Yesterday we spent a couple hours at the coziness coffee shop so we could use the internet and figure out how and where we are going next (Cortney and I found a flight to Barcelona). Today we went to Tivoli with Liv. It was pretty adorable. Tivoli is kind of like a ...
... Airport. The airport employs 1700 staff (excluding shops, restaurants etc.).
Copenhagen Airport was originally called Kastrup Airport, since it is located in the small town of Kastrup, now a part of the Tårnby municipality. The formal ...
A few weeks before my trip I was watching a show on cities by the sea. They did an episode on Copenhagen and were talking about how the city and all its outlying regions had been converted to an extensive biking network. As someone who does city biking I found this interesting and it ...
... We explored a little and found a laundromat cafe to do a proper wash for our clothes. We had a great breakfast while the wash was in and the place had free Wi-Fi, bonus!
And, we certainly blend in here.
The prices here are staggering, though. Pizza was $32 and beer has an extra tax so it was $10 each. Breakfast was $15 each. Ouch! We are going to have to watch the exchange rate in Scandinavia and get to a grocery store :)