Hotel Sct. Thomas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Golf Course
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... Round Tower"): this is a great place to get an aerial view of Copenhagen. I went there a little before it became dark and the sunset just made it even more beautiful. You get a really good idea of the different mixtures of architecture styles and just the general sense of the history of the city. Attached to the Round Tower is a church (Trinitatis Church) which is
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... Demi was waiting for us at the station, and took us back to her apartment, where we are staying until we leave for Africa. Today had a little bit of a late start, as we'd been up talking with Demi and her daughter Livie past midnight. We had some coffee and croissants and then went exploring. To our surprise and delight, both Demi and Livie accompanied us all day and toured us around the city! That was so fantastic of them! We walked to a hippie ...
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